March 8, for Women's Day the Google Doodle, now visible all over the world, an interactive doodle with 12 female artists from different backgrounds that tell a story
8th of March, for Women's Day il Google Doodle Today, an interactive doodle is visible internationally with 12 female artists from different backgrounds. Each of the 12 stories allows women to share something that has impacted their lives on International Women's Day. Women's stories have been translated into over 80 languages.
While Google cites 12 prominent women for the Google Doodle, the company also encourages other women around the world to share their stories for International Women's Day with the hashtag #HerStoryOurStory
It's officially # IWD2018 in the! Explore stories from women all over the globe in today's #GoogleDoodle & share yours using #HerStoryOurStory! https://t.co/ydJboV47yJ pic.twitter.com/FBNpCPtMK8
– Google Doodles (@GoogleDoodles) March 7, 2018
Women who achieve, I know because of the characteristics that define them. Which of these do you identify with and why? Tell us, using #HerStoryOurStory pic.twitter.com/5NiQb6YNxn
– Google India (@GoogleIndia) March 6, 2018
The Google Doodle highlights the artists Anna Haifisch, Chihiro Takeuchi, Estel Meza, Francesca Sanna, Isuri, Karabo Poppy Moletsane, Kaveri Gopalakrishnan, Laerte, Philippa Rice, Saffa Khan, Tillie Walden and Tunalaya Dunn.
Other companies have published their plans for 2018 Women's Day, including Facebook or Barbie, which announced that it would release the Barbie dolls of women who made history. The Barbie dolls in question include Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim and director of Wonder Woman, Patty Jenkins.
Violence against women & girls all of us, and all of us can take action to help end it! FollowKali's story and find out how on # IWD2018. #HerStoryOurStory #SpotlightENDViolence pic.twitter.com/B6lCFC47o8
– Global Goals (@GlobalGoalsUN) March 7, 2018
Teacher? Journalist? Actor? Scientist? Sara's got big dreams. How can YOUR actions help ensure you are able to fulfill them? Find out when we launch #HerStoryOurStory this # IWD2018! #SpotlightEndViolence pic.twitter.com/9JR89yBsKk
– EuropeAid (@europeaid) March 6, 2018