“A beautiful woman draws strength from troubles, smiles during distress and grows stronger with prayers and hope.”
Google Doodle is honoring International Women’s Day 2018 (March 8) by presenting 12 female artists with stories about the female experience.
The interactive doodles, which can be seen internationally, feature 12 female artists of different backgrounds. It allows the women to share something that impacted their lives in some way for Women’s Day. The stories of women’s day have also been translated into more than 80 languages.
Google is encouraging women across the world to share their own stories with the hashtag “#HerStoryOurStory.”
Women who achieve, do so 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
Artists participating in Google Doodle’s International Women’s Day project include Anna Haifisch, Chihiro Takeuchi, Estelí Meza, Francesca Sanna, Isuri, Karabo Poppy Moletsane, Kaveri Gopalakrishnan, Laerte, Philippa Rice, Saffa Khan, and Tillie Walden.
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
Google isn’t the only brand to announce initiatives in celebration of International Women’s Day. Popular brand Barbie has announced to release dolls of history-making women. The Barbie dolls include Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim and Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins.