Categories Lifestyle The stories of 5 Inspiring women to celebrate on the International Women’s Day March 8, 2021Author Chic Every WeekNo Comments on The stories of 5 Inspiring women to celebrate on the International Women’s Day Today the entire world gets together to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. More then ever we have to ensure the world becomes a more aware and equal place for women. That is why every year more women are taking power over their stories and speaking their truth. So we can’t think of a better way to celebrate international women’s day than by telling the stories of the following inspiring women, who are changing in their own way the world for the better. 1.Oprah Winfrey Oprah Winfrey is known by everyone, not only for her amazing and unique skills as a TV presenter, but also for been inspiring and empowering all of us for decades. She is one of the most influential people in the world and she’s been honoured multiple times for her selfless efforts with many Humanitarian Awards. The legacy she build through her career, her books, the charity work – everything is truly incredible. Oprah became the first black female billionaire in the history and a few years ago, she started a school for girls in Africa to give them the best education possible. One of our favourite quotes by Oprah is “The biggest adventure you can ever take is to live the life of your dreams.” 2. Kamala Harris Kamala Harris was recently elected the Vice President of the United States and this is quite an enormous achievement, as she is the first women in the history of United States to hold that office and on the top of that, the first Black American and the first South Asian woman in this role. She is also known for strong sense of justice and activism. A real role model! 3. Malala Yousafzai This young girl from Pakistan is a true example of the real activist and a very inspiring female figure in today’s modern world. She is an example of a feminist and a real fighter for the equality between men and women. In 2012 only because she wanted to receive the same education as her male peers, she was shot in head by a Taliban man on her school bus. She managed to survive, and be intimidated by the Taliban. Now lives in UK, where she founded a non-profit organisation “Malala Fund”, which provides young girls with the opportunity for a better future. 4. Anja Lovén – Land of Hope Anja Lovén founded Land of Hope, an organisation that fights against the witchcraft accusations on innocent kids. This incredible woman with a big heart, made her life mission to save and give home to the children in Nigeria. Anja’s work , courage and strength to save children’s life is a truly inspiration for us. If you would like to support the Land of Hope and help to save kids in Africa, click here. 5. Amanda Gorman Amanda Gorman has been a rising star during the last year and an example for the new generation of young ladies around the world that with commitment and hard work every thing is possible! She has not only been chosen to read a beautiful poem at President Biden’s inauguration “The Hill We Climb”, but also was the very first poet in the history, who performed during the 2021 Super Bowl show! Amanda has not only an incredible talent, but also a big heart. She is recognised for her activist work for racial and gender equality in the world.