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Celebrating Women Great women in history 8 March 2010 – International Women’s Day By Leticia Morán Lavado EOI Mairena del Aljarafe
On 8 March we celebrate the International Women’s Day. It is an excellent occasion to commemorate the lives of those extraordinary women who have contributed to make the world what it is today. This is our homage to them.
First Lady of the United States from 1933 to 1945.
Advocate for civil rights. An internationally prominent author, speaker, politician, and women activist.
She supported the formation of the United Nations.
She chaired the committee that drafted and approved the Universal Declaration of Human Rights .
The moment a woman comes home to herself, the moment she knows that she has become a person of influence, an artist of her life, a sculptor of her universe, a person with rights and responsibilities who is respected and recognized, the resurrection of the world begins . — Sister Joan Chittister, OSB (1936 - ) Benedictine nun and Chair, Global Peace Initiative of Women PLEASE WRITE A COMMENT ON THE BLOG ( www.ayeimtellingya.blogspot.com ) with a short biography of an outstanding woman of your choice.