Sunday, March 8, 2009

International Women's Day

Today is International Women's Day. In honor of it, here are some interesting links for your perusal:

UN International Women's Day - information for children
International Women's Day
National Women's Hall of Fame
Women in World History
300 Women Who Changed the World

And feel free to share about your favorite woman leader in the comments section.


Ina J Offret said...

Oprah. Queen of everything!!

Ivy Lane said...

Thanks for the links..I am going to browse around the "300 Women that Changed the World"!

Happy "Women's" Day!!

savannah gourmet said...

Hi Lecia! I just found your blog through Jane's blog (Spain Daily)...anyway, I LOVE your blog, so thanks for having me! Beautiful photos, cute kids, and a book reading -- can't wait to read more! Take care,

Debbie said...

great picture of the two of you!!!

Ms. Wis./Each Little World said...

If you ever have a chance to visit it, the Women's Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls is a very moving place — to say nothing of educational and inspirational. My gal is Frances Perkins, first woman cabinet member and FDR's Secretary of Labor. Perkins witnessed the Triangle Fire, 98 years ago this month, where 146 young factory workers (mostly women) died as a result of employer negligence and greed. Perkins thought she would be a socialite/volunteer but she turned into a crusading reformer from that experience. Great web site here:

sallyc said...

Great post - I admire so many women today. Some of my past teachers, my friend's mothers, my own mother and grandmothers... I admire strength and kindness all with a great sense of humour thrown into the mix! Many thanks for posting the links - am going to go back and start reading through now. Have a lovely day!

KPiep said...

It occurs to me that I need to follow your example and have myself put into more of our family photos. I'm rarely there, and that's a bad thing. I want our pictures to be full of images like yours!

please sir said...

I'm a little late on this, but what a great post - thanks for the links!