A Look Back at Women’s History Month

Carmen Davenport

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Women’s History Month took place, as always in the month of March. This is the month where we take time to appreciate the woman in our country and what they do. It is a month to pay respect to woman who have influenced our country in a positive way.

Women’s History Month is important because it is a time where we respect the woman who helped impact America and even our own lives in a positive way. As you walk in the front lobby there should be a beautiful painting of women who impacted America. Like Oprah Winfrey and Malala Yousafzai. They both changed the way woman were viewed and perceived. Oprah became

“I think that Women’s History Month is important because there are a lot of brave and strong woman out there who deserve a month to respect them,” says Senior, Brittnay Hoy

Also on social media, people pay their respects on Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. Snapchat even added a filter that said woman’s history month with important woman on it.

“I think that it’s great that we have this month when woman fought hard to win the right to vote and all the rights that we now have are because of them,” says Junior, Emily Garrett

“Women’s History Month is cool because we get a whole month!” says Maria Davenport

Some people tend to think that this month is pointless and that it shouldn’t be celebrated. People have their own opinions and its okay to let them think otherwise. However, some people also think that it is unfair that they do not have a Men’s history month as well.

In conclusion, Women’s History Month is an important month to our society because it is important to respect everyone who made an impact on our everyday lives, such as Oprah, who showed the world that Black Women could find success and thrive in the television industry, and Malala, who showed girls you’re never too young to show true courage and fight for your rights.

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A Look Back at Women’s History Month