At Girl Scouts, we understand that everyday strong and innovative women continue to lead our society by making strides in education, politics, racial equality, environmental justice, the arts, sports, space exploration, and beyond. Pioneers like Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low to today's change-makers like Girl Scout alumni and child marriage opponent Cassie Levesque have made their mark, and this month we will highlight their stories.
To celebrate Women's History Month, we will highlight some inspiring women creating a better world on our social media @GSCNC. As we pay tribute to these iconic women, share these stories by reposting to provide others with a hefty dose of inspiration. These phenomenal women lift us through their hard work, vision, and perseverance. Together we will learn about these trailblazers who have made their mark in history.
Tag us in your stories at #whm22gscnc or #whmgscnc
Women's Suffrage Centennial Patch Program.pdf (gscnc.org)
National Museum of Women in the Arts | Home (nmwa.org)
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