International Working Women's Day
The International Women's Day (IWD) is the title of "United Nations women's rights and
international peace day", also known as "International Women's Day", "March 8" and "
International Women's Day" "March 8 Women's Day".
From March 8, 1909, the United States Chicago women fight for "men and women" parade
since the 21st century has gone through more than 100 years course. Is a festival
set up on 8 March each year to celebrate the important contribution and great achievements
of women in the economic, political and social fields. At the same time, but also to commemorate
the 1911 United States in New York triangle underwear factory fire killed more than
140 women workers.
From March 8, 1909, the United States of America Chicago labor women strike parade
since the 21st century has gone through more than 100 years course. In different regions,
the focus of the celebration is different. In some places, this festival has lost the political
meaning of becoming a simple man to express the love of women at the moment.