International Women’s Day 2022: Break the bias

“There is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish.” —Michelle Obama, Former First Lady.

International Women’s Day 2022: Every year on March 8, Women’s Day is celebrated. Today is one of the most significant events in the month of March, and it is known throughout the world.

Since 1908, the day has evolved from the labor movement to become an annual celebration recognized by the United Nations. “Break the Bias” is the theme for this year’s International Women’s Day; stand up for gender equality today for a brighter tomorrow.

The purpose of the celebration is to highlight the accomplishments and efforts of women all over the world. Women from all throughout the globe participate in marches, seminars, and various programs on this day. International Women’s Day is a worldwide celebration of women’s social, economical, cultural, and political contributions. The day also focuses on societal challenges of equality between women and men.

We have seen over centuries what women are capable of doing and what they have achieved, there has been a great progress concerning women leadership.

“There is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish.” —Michelle Obama, Former First Lady.

Consider a society in which men and women are equally treated. Prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination are all outlawed in this world. A world that is diverse, fair, and supportive. A world where differences are valued and embraced. Things must change because women deserve the same rights and possibilities as men; therefore, change is critical. We can achieve women’s equality by working together.

Today, the rights that have been battled for so centuries must be preserved with greater determination. There will still be a long path to go and no accomplishment should be brushed aside. Misogyny violence, social inequality, emotional stress, the obstacles of occupying leadership positions, and the ongoing fight against gender stereotypes that serve to limit women’s professional and personal success are all issues that the feminist agenda faces, regardless of ideological differences.

Ending up with my favorite saying: “Here’s to strong women, may we know them, may we be them, may we raise them”.

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