Lesser-Known Women Often Make History

by Catherine Engh on March 19th, 2012
in 9 Ways Blog, Gender, Inspiration, Know Your History, Leadership, Power Tools and tagged , , , , , , , , ,

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Today in the Women’s History Month series, let’s shine a light on lesser known women.

In the spirit of the month, here are links to articles drawing attention to women you may not have heard of—and the awesome things they are doing today.

To learn more about women from the past who may have slipped your radar, check out the accomplishments of these interesting women. Here’s to preventing their loss in the sands of time!

Click the links, and enjoy the feast of accomplishments by women you might never have heard of—but should have.

Pass this post along to your friends and family. And add your own favorite lesser-knowns in the comments section.  Together, we can give women’s history its due.

Catherine Engh

Catherine Engh is a feminist and an aspiring writer particularly interested in the ways that girls and women are represented in fiction and television. Catherine also likes to do as much yoga as is possible—perhaps she’ll write about that next

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