7 Groundbreaking Global Women Writers for Women's History Month
Posted on March 07, 2022
How do you celebrate Women's History Month? In many parts of the world, the celebration begins on March 8th. With over 100 years of history, International Women’s Day is a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.
To help you join in on month-long celebration and participate in this year’s theme (#BreaktheBias), WWB Campus recommends the following stories from women writers around the globe:
- Fiction about growing up lesbian from one of Puerto Rico's marriage equality pioneers.
- Illustrated journalism exposing modern-day slavery.
- A cicada's tale from a Chinese experimental writer.
- A story about men, women, and class in Haiti from a noted author and community leader.
- An Iranian journalist's advice on "How to Be a Woman in Tehran."
- A Korean trans writer's tale of father-daughter love.
- An Egyptian Bedouin's story of growing up with a grandmother known only as "The Guest."
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