• Arushi Choudhury

Happy International Women's Month!

Updated: Dec 30, 2021

Women's history month is dedicated to reflecting on the often-overlooked contributions of women to our society as a whole.


So, let's talk women!

First, let's introduce Mary W Jackson. She was NASA's first black female engineer. This "hidden figure" was part of the group that helped NASA succeed in getting American astronauts into space. She was an American mathematician and aerospace engineer broke barriers and was an influence to many young women in STEM.


Second, Amelie Earhart. Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic. In addition to this, she set many solo flying records and was a supporter of equal rights for women and wanted to give them confidence that they could achieve the same as men


Third, let's introduce Marie Curie. This French physicist and chemist was the first woman to ever win a Nobel prize and was praised for her work in radioactivity. During World War I she developed radiography units which meant that they were able to provide X-ray services to hospitals in the field which subsequently saved lives.


While you've stopped by, be sure to check out our educational coloring books! There's no better time than today to purchase an entertaining coloring book aimed for children featuring creative elements while educating kids about social issues and topics, such as the one you just read!


While you've stopped by, be sure to check out our educational coloring books! There's no better time than today to purchase an entertaining coloring book aimed for children featuring creative elements while educating kids about social issues and topics, such as the one you just read! Additionally, read more about who I am and the backstory behind ColorForEmpowerment!




If you don't know history,

then you don't know anything.






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