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10 Women Who’s Bravery Left A Mark on The World And Changed It For Its Own Good





History books are a witness of what happened in the past and how people of the past inspire the people in the present with their story. There are positive and negative, both which has impacted on peoples minds. The advancements that we are now enjoying, are the result of those people in the past who dedicated their whole life collecting information, or the rights that we enjoy are because our ancestors fought for their rights. These women are examples, an inspiration to change the world and make it a better place.

Kathrine Switzer

Kathrine Switzer

She was the first registered woman to run the Boston Marathon, officially. The first woman to run shoulder to shoulder with men. This picture was taken when a representative of the organizers tried to stop her.

Lella Lombardi

Lella Lombardi

The first ever woman who scored points in the Formula One World Championship. She is an inspiration for so many girls out there who question their worth.



Kay D'Arcy

Kay D'Arcy

This lady is an inspiration for everyone who thinks aging changes things and they don't get opportunities when you get old. Kay D'Arcy worked all her life as a nurse. But at 69 years old, she decided to fulfill her dream to go to Hollywood.

Smaranda Brăescu

Smaranda Brăescu

Smaranda Brăescu was one of the first women to get a parachuting license. She is an aviation and parachuting pioneer. She proved that women can do anything.



Laura Bassi

Laura Bassi

Laura Maria Caterina Bassi (October 1711 – 20 February 1778) was an Italian physicist and academic. She was the first ever female professor at a university.

Julie Creffield

 Julie Creffield

Julie Creffield, the lady who doesn't get hung up on labels. She doesn't believe in the stereotype, which is why when someone told her that she was too fat to run, she became a marathon runner, writer, and motivational speaker.

Joy Mangano

Joy Mangano

Joy Mangano is an amazing woman, who have created more than 100 inventions and being a single mother of three taught her more than being just a strong woman. In the movie Joy, Jenniffer Lawrence played her character.

Ruby Bridges

Ruby Bridges

Ruby Bridges is just an ordinary child who went to an all-white-shool and became the first African-American child to do so. Although, she was guarded by US Marshals, put in place by President Dwight Eisenhower.

Sophia Amoruso

Sophia Amoruso

She is the woman who founded the online fashion retailer, Nasty Gal and became one of the most successful self-made women back in 2016. There is also a TV series filmed on her autobiography.



Sara Blakely,

Sara Blakely,

The woman who found Spanx and worked with an office supply company. Sara did many experiments with the pantyhose and she is now she sits on the 93rd place of Forbes list of most powerful women.





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