Google Doodle Celebrates Women’s Firsts On International Women’s Day


Google recorded a special doodle video on International Women’s Day on Sunday, highlighting the developments of many women in world history.


The doodles video shows the trailblazing women who are challenging the status quo and paving the way for education, civil rights, science, the arts, etc.

Doodle honors women by depicting the hands that have opened doors for generations. Read the comments in the graffiti section on

The article on states, “While some have made known new achievements, others have gained long-term recognition.”

Graffiti identifies women from all walks of life – senators, academics and entrepreneurs – who have overcome time barriers to create lasting legacies.

International Women’s Day was celebrated for the first time in 1911. This event is celebrated all over the world to recognize women’s achievements, raise awareness of women’s equality.

This day marks the recognition of women’s social, economic, cultural and political achievements. Organizations including universities and institutions around the world also celebrate International Women’s Day by organizing public lectures on topics, concepts, debates, game shows, conferences, gatherings, exhibitions, workshops and seminars.