On March 8, 8 sunny women
Today, at La Treille and around the world, we are celebrating International Women's Rights Day.
A look back at 8 women who are part of an immense, fragile heritage, to be worn with pride.
Gabrielle Chanel, an emblematic figure of fashion and her desire to liberate women by eliminating the corset. The cuts become fluid, so that the woman is free to move.
Francoise Sagan and her first novel "Bonjour Tristesse" published when she was only 19." is full of freedom, just like its author.
Olympe de Gouges is considered a pioneer of French feminism. In 1791, she wrote the "Declaration of the Rights of Woman and Citizen".
Josephine Baker and her wild dance which symbolized the liberation of women during the Roaring Twenties. She was very resistant during the Second World War.
Rosa Parks, an emblematic figure in the fight against racial segregation in the United States. She is known for refusing to give up her seat on a bus to a white passenger.
Marie Curie who gave his life for research. She will discover with her husband the existence of polonium and radium. She is the only woman to have won two Nobel Prizes.
Simone de Beauvoir is a French philosopher and writer. She is committed to the fight for the status of women.
Simone Veil it is fighting for women's rights by giving us the right to dispose of our bodies with the legalization of abortion, to work for women to find a fair place in society.
At La Treille, we don't forget all the other women, the ones who have made, are doing and will do every day, a fight for our rights to become normality.
WE CAN DO IT
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