Happy Women’s History Month!

March is Women’s History Month, which is a great time to talk about some badass women who have made a difference in the world. There won’t ever be enough time in the world to mention everyone, but here are some of my favorites 🙂

Queen Elizabeth – the world’s longest serving monarch hitting her 70th year in 2022. She took the crown at just 25 years old and dedicated her life to her country.

Michelle Obama – Not only served as the first African-American First Lady, but showcases what it means to be a woman with goals who gets things done. She’s fought against childhood obesity with her Let’s Move initiative and helped work towards free lunches in public schools

Ellen DeGeneres – Came out on National Television and is an activist for the LGBTQUIA community

Ruth Bader Ginsburg – changed the way the law sees gender and became the second female justice of the US Supreme Court. Worked to ensure women could not be discriminated against based on their sex. She was also a strong voice in favor of the separation of church and state. She literally became a lawyer because she felt like she could do a lawyer’s job better than them – which is a MOOD.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a firm believer that “women belong in places where decisions are made”. I hope and pray that her legacy continues on, and as someone who firmly agrees, I will be honoring Ruth’s legacy on March 8th – International Women’s Day with the shirt I made below. And since I know that a shirt doesn’t make a whole lot of difference, I will continue to speak up for what I believe in, and stand up for what’s right. Because history was never made with silent voices.

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