Women's History Month
The celebration of women's place in history began in 1981 as just a week rather than a month. The celebration of "Women's History Week" continued until 1987 when it was changed to "Women's History Month." Women have had a huge role all throughout history that most often if not always goes unnoticed, or is not recognized.
Due to the changing times, we have seen a slight improvement in our teachings about women in history. Some of the overlooked women in history include, Abigail Adams to Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth to Rosa Parks, and many many more.
This article outlines some of the great women who have made considerable differences in 2021. Although we can't all be scientists and lawmakers, all women deserve to be celebrated for the impact they have in the people in their lives.