Updated: Mar 10
This year March 8th, 2022, we celebrate International Women's Day & the theme is
"Whether deliberate or unconscious, bias makes it difficult for women to move ahead," the IWD website states. "Knowing that bias exists isn't enough. Action is needed to level the playing field." I couldn't agree more with what IWD says on their site.
[ Street Art 2022 created by - Ms Snaps worked with a local Larrakia woman, Mikaela who is an amazing artist who supported and collaborated on the #BreakTheBias wall. ]
"Imagine a gender equal world.
A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination.
A world that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive.
***A world where difference is valued and celebrated.***
Together we can forge women's equality.
Collectively we can all #BreakTheBias.
Q: Where does International women's Day come from?
Spurred by demonstrations, the Socialist Party of America declared the first National Woman's Day, which was observed in the US on 28 February. Later in 1910, a woman named Clara Zetkin, a member of the Social Democratic Party in Germany, tabled the idea of an International Women's Day.
You can support and celebrate Women in your community by choosing to support -WOMEN OWNED BUSINESSES
-WOMEN CREATIVES IN YOUR AREA
-WOMEN OWNED BUSINESSES WHO EMPOWER OTHER WOMEN
We at Alyssa Andrew Boudoir are truly passionate about our work. We want to spread our reach as far as we can through empowering women in incredibly different ways. We look forward to sharing some upcoming projects in the future with our audience.