Around the world, organizations, communities, and individuals organize events focused on the mission of gender parity, celebrating the achievements of women worldwide and education.Speaking of Women's History Month, here's NASA's video observing it, Pioneers to New Frontiers: NASA Women Through the Decades.
* Attend a lecture, seminar, or festival.
* Organize an event.
* Speak or perform at a local fundraiser.
* Participate in a march for women's equal rights.
* Learn about the women who paved the way for many of the rights and freedoms we have today.
* Become involved in your local, state, or national political system.
* Invite others to join you, including other women, sons, brothers, sisters, and daughters.
* Share your job skills at a local career fair.
* Celebrate all month long. It is also National Women's History Month.
Celebrate #WomensHistoryMonth with us as we pay tribute to scientists, engineers, astronauts, and leaders who continue to pave the way for future generations of explorers.This video ties into Black History Month because of the women who were "Hidden Figures." Intersectionality, anyone?
Stay tuned for a tale of the Retail Apocalypse, which I haven't written about since I posted Company Man on the decline of KB Toys, a tale of the Retail Apocalypse last November.