Google Doodle: This is how Google is celebrating International Women’s Day 2021, learn all about this day

Today, International Women’s Day is celebrated in honor of women all over the world. International Women’s Day was organized as a labor movement, which started in 1908, but this movement was officially given the status of International Women’s Day by the United Nations in 1975. On this occasion, Google also honors women around the world with their doodles every year. This year also Google has created a beautiful day doodle. In this year’s doodle, Google has shown women who break the traditional restrictions and inculcate the feelings of respect for women in the society. The 42-second video of Doodle featured the world’s first female scientist, astronaut, engineer, doctor, sportsman, artist, etc.

Google has said about Google Doodle on Women’s Day (translated) ‘Today, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, Google Doodle is showing a glimpse of the history of women who have faced all the challenges in education, civil rights , Guided his future by his work in many fields like science, art. ‘

Doodle has created a video for Women’s Day 2021, describing the world’s first woman to make her name in many difficult areas. This includes the world’s first women sports players, business women, astronauts, engineers, scientists, pilots, doctors, etc. This doodle has been made on the theme ‘Women First’.

Let’s talk about its history. International Women’s Day was originally organized by a labor movement that was started in 1908, but the movement was renamed International Women’s Day by the United Nations a year later. Let us tell you that in 1908, 15 thousand women in New York protested in order to reduce working hours, better pay and to vote. This movement was converted into National Women’s Day by the American Socialist Party a year later. However, the idea of ​​making the day international from the nation came to the mind of a woman named Clara Zetkin and he gave this idea in 1910 at the International Conference of Working Women.

International Women’s Day was first celebrated in Denmark, Austria, Switzerland and Germany in 1911, making it the 110th International Women’s Day. However, it was officially implemented by the United Nations in 1975.


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