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Celebrating 7 Women Making the World Brighter for Our Kids

Celebrating 7 Women Making the World Brighter for Our Kids Celebrating 7 Women Making the World Brighter for Our Kids

Here at LS, we believe in the power of stories — especially those that shine a light on the incredible women making the world brighter for our children! 

So, this Women’s History Month, we're spotlighting modern-day heroines. Through their resilience, creativity and commitment, they can inspire us all to dream bigger, strive for excellence and create a more inclusive world for the next generation.

From trailblazers in science and technology to pioneers in the arts and social justice, these women embody the spirit of innovation and compassion. Their stories can show our children that with determination and heart, they too can make a difference in the world.

Alright, LS fam…it’s time to snuggle up with your littles & share the stories of these inspiring modern women! 

Gitanjali Rao: The Young Innovator

At just 15 years old, Gitanjali Rao was recognized as TIME's first-ever "Kid of the Year" for her inventions aimed at solving global problems. From creating a device that detects lead in drinking water to developing an app that helps prevent cyberbullying, Gitanjali can teach our little ones that they're never too young to innovate and problem-solve! 

Her achievements highlight the importance of STEM education and encourage children everywhere to think creatively in tackling the challenges of tomorrow.

Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett: The Vaccine Pioneer

Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett is an amazing scientist who played a big role in creating the COVID-19 vaccine. She's an expert in understanding how our immune system works, which helped her develop a vaccine quickly — offering hope and protection to millions of families worldwide. 

Dr. Corbett's story is an inspiration for kids who dream of exploring the mysteries of science and making a big difference in the world. Her hard work and dedication to science show how important women are in the field of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). 

Malala Yousafzai: The Voice of Education

The extraordinarily courageous Malala Yousafzai inspires us with her dedication to girls' education. She became the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for her amazing work fighting for every girl to go to school. 

Malala's strength and determination teach us about the importance of speaking up for what's right and the power of education for everyone. Through her foundation, Malala Fund, she keeps working hard so that every girl around the world can go to school and follow their dreams. 

Amanda Gorman: The Luminary Poet

When she read her poem at the President's inauguration in 2021, Amanda Gorman made history as the youngest poet to do so. Her beautiful words and the way she spoke them reached out to people everywhere, sparking the imaginations of young activists, artists and dreamers. 

Amanda writes about hope, coming together, and healing, showing us all how poetry can touch hearts and bring people together. Her poems encourage us to believe in the power of our own voices to create change and spread kindness.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: The Literary Trailblazer

With her captivating stories, the author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie invites us into a world where big ideas about fairness, who we are and how we treat each other matter. She writes books and essays that get people all over the world talking about important topics like equality for everyone, understanding our differences and being true to ourselves. 

Her work teaches us to embrace who we are and to stand up for what is right, inspiring us to make the world a better place for everyone. One of her famous talks, "We should all be feminists," encourages everyone to believe in and fight for equal rights, making her an important voice for fairness and kindness in the world of books and beyond. 

Megan Rapinoe: The Champion for Equality

Megan Rapinoe is not only known for her incredible skills on the soccer field — but also for her activism off it. An advocate for LGBTQ+ rights & gender equality, Rapinoe uses her platform to challenge injustices and inspire change. 

Megan’s leadership has made her a role model for athletes and activists alike. Her story demonstrates the impact of using your voice and visibility for the greater good!

Reshma Saujani: The Tech Visionary

By starting Girls Who Code, Reshma Saujani created a special place where girls learn to speak the language of computers — coding! This awesome group helps girls imagine themselves in tech careers, showing the world that anyone can be a computer scientist.

Reshma’s efforts are helping to make sure everyone, no matter if they're a boy or a girl, has a fair chance to create and discover new things in the world of technology. Her vision is making a big difference, encouraging girls to chase their dreams in STEM, and to break through any obstacle in their way. 

Each of these women's stories is a testament to the power of determination, creativity and advocacy in creating a brighter future for our children. As we celebrate Women's History Month, let's draw inspiration from their journeys, recognizing the many ways women across the globe are making a difference.

May their legacies encourage us all to strive for a world of equality, understanding & boundless possibility for the next generation!

Which inspiring women are you celebrating this month? Let us know in the comments!


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