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INTERNATIONAL wOMEN'S dAY

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INTERNATIONAL wOMEN'S dAY
Teresa Of Calcutta
Teresa of Calcutta was a Catholic nun of ethnic Albanian naturalized Indian, who founded the Congregation of the missionaries of charity in Calcutta in 1950. For more than 45 years cared for poor, sick, orphaned and dying, while guiding the expansion of his congregation, initially in the India and then in other countries of the world.
Justo Arosemena Institute

Pinzon, Milenia

Yania Lombardo

12°E

03/08/16
HISTORY
The earliest Women’s Day observance was held on February 28, 1909, in New York; it was organized by the Socialist Party of America in remembrance of the 1908 strike of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. There was no specific strike happening on March 8, despite later claims.
"We will never be able to fly so high unless we support each other."
-Emma Watson.
"We just want to have us include"
-Emma Watson
The first celebration of the international day of working women was held on March 19, 1911 in Germany, Austria, Denmark and Switzerland, and its commemoration has been spreading, since then, numerous countries.
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