Three suffragists casting votes in New York City, ca. 1917
by National Photo Company Collection, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress, via ProQuest SIRS Discoverer [Public Domain]
Who are the important women in your life? Your mom? Your grandmother? A coach? A favorite teacher? March is a great time to tell them how special they are, because it’s Women’s History Month
! During Women’s History Month, people across the nation honor women and their accomplishments. SIRS Discoverer
celebrates Women’s History Month by introducing you to women who helped make a difference, such as civil rights leader Sojourner Truth
; brave aviator Amelia Earhart
; the first woman in the U.S. Congress, Jeannette Rankin
; and the first female astronaut in space, Sally Ride
. Also learn about significant events in women’s history, including the Equal Rights Amendment
, Title IX
, and the birth of the Girl Scouts
. Visit March’s Discoverer Spotlight of the Month
and honor women who make a difference.
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Tags: Grade Level : Elementary School, Grade Level : Middle School, SIRS Discoverer, Spotlight of the Month, women, Women's History Month
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