March is Women's History Month
2020-2021 marks an unprecedented moment for women in history, as Kamala Harris assumed the role of Vice President (VP) of the United States. Not only is she the first female VP, but she is also the first African American and Asian American VP.
There are too many women to mention in this short blog. I personally admire Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Michelle Obama, P!nk, Princess Diana, Simone Biles, Misty Copeland, and Nancy Pelosi. I also love Maya Angelou and always will.
There are so many amazing women making history. Their examples of leadership transcend partisanship and reaches the core of what it means to have heart, strength, perseverance, and conviction.
In the LMC, you will find many books written by amazing female authors along with books about accomplished and powerful women. Check out a play, book of poetry, memoir, or even a book about women in history.
--> I love J.K. Rowling.