Women who make history - Equal rights and women’s rights advocates

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In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re featuring 6 amazing women each week. These women are trailblazers, activists, adventurers, advocates for love, defenders of the environment and nature, and warriors for equal rights. While we’ve split them up into 5 different categories, they blur the lines and cross boundaries in their accomplishments.

This is in no way an exhaustive list as we could list thousands. But a mere dusting of the surface in appreciation of the many women throughout history and current day who have made a difference in our world.

women who make history - equal rights advocates

These women expose the folly of letting fear guide your principles. They promote equality, fight injustice and inspire others to do the same.

Image (clockwise from top left):

Rosa Parks - Civil rights activist and kick ass example of standing up for yourself and fellow humans


Stacy Abrams - voting rights activist who turned an election loss into an opportunity to create systemic change


Margaret Sanger - birth control, give women more control over our bodies
Betty Friedan - co-founder of National Organization for Women


Madeleine Albright - 1st female secretary of state and advocate for human rights + supporter of jewelry artists with an amazing brooch collection


Guerrilla Girls - feminist activist artist collective that raises awareness about inequality in the art world.

Thank you ladies for making the world a better place!

Catherine Grisez


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