Since 1995, the President of the United States has issued a proclamation declaring March as National Women’s History Month.
It has a new meaning this year now that Vice President Kamala Harris will be serving alongside President Joe Biden, the first time in history there’s been such a high-ranking female in office.
Vice President Harris’ election is a major accomplishment considering the many hurdles women face compared to men: the gender pay gap, sexual harassment, and the uneven amount of employment opportunities are just a few to get the list started.
Each year, the National Women’s History Alliance announces a theme and after the tumultuous election season drama from last year, it’s fitting: “Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to Be Silenced.”
At a more local level but with just as much inspiration as Vice President Harris, female leaders, business owners, brand ambassadors, and more are taking a stand and inspiring each other.
For National Women’s History Month, we provided a platform for their stories.
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Women have always had an ally in President Jimmy Carter.