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Women's day coloring pages

Happy Women's day! Women's day is a special day dedicated to women all over the world, in every age and culture, a day to say thanks and to encourage them to do whatever they want and to make their dreams come true. 

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Women of Color Day - March 1

March is Women's Month in U.S. History. March 8 marks International Women's Day and March 1 celebrates Women of Color Day designed to mark the achievements of non - white women and their contribution to the world in every way possible: in science, history, warfare, work and more. Women are never inferior: they struggle, demonstrate, run around, do not give up and break through in many different areas.

In honor of Women of Color Day, here are some stories about women who broke through in history, even though their starting point was lower both because they were women and because of their skin color:
Mae Carol Jemison, born October 17, 1956, is the first African-American woman to fly in space. Jamison is an astronaut, engineer and physician born in Alabama, USA.

Varis Diri was born in 1965 in Somalia in a nomadic tribe. At age 5, she underwent a female circumcision process. At age 13, she ran away from her family who wanted her to marry an older man. She came to Mogadishu and from there managed to get to London where she worked as a maid for her aunt who was the wife of the Somali ambassador. After her aunt's family returned to Somalia she stayed in London and worked as a cleaner at a McDonald's branch. One day fashion photographer Terence Donovan saw her while she was working and offered her a job modeling. Her modeling career flourished and she became an international model. In 1997, she told Marie Claire fashion magazine in an interview about the female word she went through when she was a child. The interview became famous and shocked the world. Following this she became the UN Ambassador on the issue of the struggle against female circumcision.

Varis Diri (Source)

Benazir Bhutto was born in Pakistan on June 21, 1953. She served twice as Prime Minister of the country: from 1993 to 1996, and from 1988 to 1990. Benazir Bhutto was the first woman to be prime minister of Pakistan or any Muslim country. In the early 1990s the Bhutto government disbanded following allegations of government corruption. In 1993 she was re-elected prime minister until she was again ousted and went into political exile. She lives in Dubai and London, where she continued to lead her party, the Pakistan People's Party. In December 2007, she returned to Pakistan, where she was killed in a suicide bombing that ended at a rally in support of her in the city of Rawalpindi.

Misty Copeland was born on September 10, 1982, in Kansas City, Missouri, USA to a family of African-American descent. Her parents divorced when she was two years old and she moved with her mother and five brothers to various neighborhoods in Los Angeles, California. She was admitted to the American Ballet Theater in 2000 and was promoted to the rank of solo dancer in August 2007. Misty Copeland is the first prima ballerina of African American descent in the American Ballet Theater in this role.

Misty Copeland - Autobiography (Source)

March 1 is also Compliment Day, Pig Day and 

International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation- February 6

February 6 has been declared by the UN today as zero tolerance for female  Genital Mutilation.
Female  Genital Mutilation is a cruel practice committed primarily against minors aged 3-13, which involves all procedures involving partial or complete removal of the external female genitalia, or other injury to the female genitalia for non-medical reasons, and is recognized worldwide as a violation of the human rights of girls and women.
Female  Genital Mutilation is very common especially in Northeast African countries, the Horn of Africa and West Africa. The custom also exists among the Bedouin and Kurds in the Middle East (except in Israel). Thousands of women go through the process every day, even today.


The custom is almost non-existent in Muslim countries in the rest of the Middle East and Central Asia.
Female circumcision is a cruel way of reflecting the inequality that is rooted between the sexes and is an extreme form of discrimination against women. Female circumcision not only destroys women's lives by infringing on their physical integrity and right to sexual pleasure, but also endangers their lives. The surgeries are apparently performed without medical supervision and often, with contaminated knives, leading to the deaths of many as a result of the surgery.
The practice of female circumcision has been going on for more than a thousand years, but the World Health Organization and UNICEF are working to eradicate it completely from the world. One of their major achievements was its outlawing in Egypt and Eritrea, but it seems the road is still long.
Although it seems to be done only in Third World countries, it turns out that even in Europe Muslims practice their daughters in secret. In East London, in 2010, young Muslim girls undergo the painful surgery at the initiative of their mothers Link to the article.


February 6 is also Frozen Yogurt Day

International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women- 25th November

International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women was declared by the UN General Assembly in December 1999 as the day on which activities are designed to raise awareness of the problem and fight it through the enactment of laws and their enforcement, encouraging women to complain, handling families where there is violence and more. 
The date of this day was selected following the brutal assassination of the lives of the three Mirabal sisters, political activity in the Dominican Republic on November 25, 1960. The three women were brutally murdered by agents of the dictator who ruled the republic at the time, Rafael Trujillo, because of their political activities. 
Violence against women is a social phenomenon that includes physical violence, verbal abuse, psychological abuse, sexual assault or economic violence against women. This phenomenon is common throughout the whole world. 
Every day many women fall victim to rape and sexual assault. 
According to studies, 80% of beating men  were witnessed violence in their homes or have experienced violence. 
About 60% of women are beaten grew up in homes in them was violence. 
YouTube video of the Serbian woman taken by herself every day during the worst year of her life, which suffered from her husband's violence towards her. While video is staged, but is designed to raise awareness of the problem of domestic violence and the suffering of battered women: video link
Image from video, the note reads: Help me. I do not think I can hold out until tomorrow.

Businesswomen's Day- September 22

Businesswomen's Day is a day celebrated for the equality of men and women in the business world.
Since 1940, women have been assuming increasingly large roles in the business world. In our time, unlike in the past, women have a base almost equal to men when it comes to business and there is a lot of owning businesses and running companies that are women.  

Businesswomen's Day is celebrated on September 22 to commemorate the day when businessman Hillary A. He founded the American Businesswomen Association along with three other businesswomen from Kansas City. The organization was established in 1949 to promote women in the business world and give them equal opportunity.
"It was my feeling that all women had equal business opportunities," wrote Hillary Patton later. "They were able to gain tremendous business knowledge during World War II through the need, and I felt there was a need for a new organization for all businesswomen."
Since 1983, International Women's Day has been celebrated around the world, where seminars, meetings and events are held to develop their business networks and share experiences.

September 22 is also Car-Free Day

National Day Without Bra- October 13th

A day without a bra is a day that began in 2011.

The purpose of the day is to raise awareness of the importance of screening tests for breast cancer by encouraging women to go out without a bra.

The entire month of October is the Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with its peak on Oct. 21, a pink dress-up day where pink events are organized and money is raised to improve breast cancer treatment and raise awareness of the disease.

Every year about 4,500 women are diagnosed with breast cancer. In the Western world, this is the most common malignant disease. Early diagnosis of breast cancer increases the chances of cure to about 90%. Therefore, the more women who know the symptoms of the disease and check with the doctor, the greater the chance of saving their lives.

The origin of the day without a bra is not clear, but if you search the web for # nbraday # you will get many photos and results related to this day, of women who participated on this day and removed the bra especially for him.

For the 13th of October, leave the bras at home and tell everyone why you did it, and raise awareness of the early detection of the disease, which can save lives.

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