Women have contributed in all fields for many years. We want to celebrate their societal impact and remind the world that yes, women can do anything.
Each season will highlight women from a particular field and include appearances from current female experts in that field.
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Before Rhonda Rousey there were these women -
A League of Their Own..do we have to say more?
Revolutionary war women dressed like men so they could join the war effort, thousands of women volunteered to go to Vietnam during the war. Women have been part of the war effort for longer than you know!
Do you know even Monopoly was made by a woman..are you interested on what else women created?
Women Strike for Peace (WSP, also known as Women for Peace) is a United States women's peace activist group. In 1961, at the height of the Cold War, about 50,000 women brought together by Women Strike for Peace marched in 60 cities in the United States to demonstrate against nuclear weapons.
Yes...these women got shit done!
There's something about the number 30.
It's the age Silicon Valley considers workers over the hill.
It's how old Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is now.
And it's the average percentage of women working in the tech industry, based on diversity reports published by 11 of the world's largest tech companies last year. In comparison, women make up 59 percent of the US labor force and almost 51 percent of the US population, according to the US Census Bureau.