By ANOUSHKA YATHISH
March 16, 2022
'Women's History Month' can be traced back to the very first 'International Women's Day' celebrated way back in 1911.
The celebration kicked off with a 'Women's History Day' in California.
The week starting March 7 was declared 'Women's History Week'.
'Women's History Week' was officially recognized in the US which then later spread out to other countries.
The Obama Government published 'Women in America: Indicators of Social & Economic Well-Being', a first-of-its-kind Federal Report about women.
Unfortunately in India, we have 'No Shave November' for Men, but no dedicated month for women to be celebrated.
A 'Women's History Month' celebration in India will shed more light on just how far we've come, and give us the recognition we deserve.
Its 2022! We should advocate for extending 'International Women's Day' to the entirety of March.
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