Women’s History Month: Women in History We Don’t Talk about Enough.

March is international Women’s History month and as we celebrate women around the world, and through different eras. We especially want to highlight those who are also exceptionally brilliant, and liberating women. Here are a few extraordinary women from different times who uniquely all achieved something magnificent.

Annie Oakley:
Annie Oakley was a legendary trick shooter who contributed to the popularity of iconic American guns. Her real name was Phoebe Ann Mosey and she grew up in poverty. In light of this, as a child she began hunting and shooting to provide for her family, and she quickly discovered her natural talent. At the age of 15 she won a shooting match against a renowned marksman. Her career took off shortly after when she joined the Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show and became one of the biggest stars. Oakley could shoot targets while standing, sitting, or riding a horse, amongst some other great feats.

Condoleezza Rice:
Condoleezza Rice was the first African American woman to serve as Sectary of State and was nominated by George W. Bush on November 14, 2004. Ms. Rice also worked actively to improve human rights issues in Iran and successfully negotiated several agreements in the middle east.

Marie Curie:
Marie Curie was a French and Polish physicist and chemist. She discovered the elements Radium and Polonium, which was monumental in research for cancer treatments and cures. In addition, she also created portable X-ray machines which she used to treat soldiers on the front lines of World War I. She is also the first women to win a Nobel Prize, not once but twice! And is the only woman to have received the award twice so far.

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