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Women’s History Month 2022 by Wayne T. Dowdy

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I chose the above photo for this years Women’s History Month because of the atrocities that the women in Ukraine and abroad are having to go through today, along with their male counterparts in some regions.

To read more about Women’s History Month, please read the associated blogs that I have written over the years to honor the Women of the World who continue to give themselves in many different ways that keeps us alive as a human race.

Women’s History-2021 | STRAIGHT FROM THE PEN

Women’s History-2021

Running behind schedule this year is no excuse to not have already posted something on this website to give the ladies’ props to celebrate Women’s History Month.

The lady in the above photo stands in a park next to the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta, a few miles from where I write. Though some women may not feel a connection to what this statue represents, her divine presence radiates the power of women in history, as well as in the present.

For more on Women’s History, please read this revised and modified blog. This is for all of the Wonderful Women of the world.