Throughout history, women have made amazing impacts that have shaped the world. Whether it's making great innovations in science or fighting for equal rights, women have been at the forefront of inspiring change and creating a better world.
Marie Curie, a woman, founded the science of radioactivity and was the first person to win two Nobel Peace prizes. She pioneered a new direction in science.
Malala Yousafzai, a woman, actively fought for her right, and girls' rights to an education in her homeland of Pakistan. She started a revolution in her country, encouraging equal rights for men and women.
Harriet Tubman, a woman, safely rescued escaped slaves through the Underground Railroad. She risked her life to save the lives of so many, representing what true bravery is.
These women have revolutionized our lives and changed history for the better. March is Women's History Month and it's a celebration of all the great things women have accomplished throughout time, shedding a spotlight on just how vital women are. As Women's History Month comes to an end, I want to pay tribute to the most important and influential woman in my life: my mother.
My mother is one of the strongest women I know and I am so utterly grateful to have such an amazing and inspirational woman in my life. She immigrated to America and started a family here in a place so foreign and new to her. I can't even imagine going to another state and starting a new life there, let alone a new country. She has sacrificed everything in her life for the betterment of her children.
She's the most selfless person I know and I honestly owe her everything. She's my rock. She's someone who deserves so much more than what she has, and I hope I can give back even an ounce of what she's given me, but nothing can compare to how much a mother gives her child.