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Google celebrates International Women’s Day with a new doodle, here’s what it signifies

Google celebrates International Women’s Day with a new doodle, here’s what it signifies

Google’s International Women’s Day doodle signifies progress towards gender equality, including a fair and safe environment for women employees, the right to vote, the right to hold public office, addressing issues like gender and racial wage gaps, reproductive rights, and the prevention of violence against women. It celebrates women who have transformed society, fought for equality, and set positive examples.

March 8 is celebrated as International Women’s Day and Like every occasion,

Google

has marked the International Women’s Day with a new doodle. The

doodle

is now and as per the official blog post, it highlights “group of women sharing wisdom across generations within a quilt embroidered with symbols of progress made over the years.’
International Women’s Day doodle: What it signifies
The doodle celebrates International Women’s Day and signifies the progress made over the years towards

gender equality

. The International Day first started back in 1975 and it was celebrated by International Women’s Day (IWD) for the first time.
The post mentions that this day marks the journey towards achieving the gender equality including a fair and safe environment for women employees, right to vote and also the right to hold public office.

IWD marches today focus on issues like gender and racial wage gaps, reproductive rights, and the prevention of violence against women. Today, people celebrate women who have transformed society, fought for equality, and set positive examples for people everywhere.
Today, the

International Women’s Day

marches address contemporary issues like gender and racial wage disparities, reproductive rights and combating violence against women.
The progress made by women over the years would not be possible without the courageous acts of those before them. Here’s to those who paved the way and to those who are carrying the torch further.