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International Women's Day

The idea of International Women's Day belongs to Clara Zetkin. Looking into history, we can learn that Women's Day was conceived as a day for women to advocate for their rights. Originally, the full name of the holiday celebrated on March 8 was "International Day of Struggle for Women's Rights and International Peace." Feminists Clara Zetkin and Rosa Luxemburg are believed to have urged women to organize rallies and marches on this day, drawing attention to women's issues. They chose this date based on an ancient German tradition. In the United States, International Women's Day is not as widely celebrated as Mother's Day, which was established by President Woodrow Wilson in 1914. Germany, the United Kingdom, France, China, and Tajikistan...

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