International Women's Day (IWD)
International Working Women's Day (IWD) is called "United Nations women's rights and international peace day". It is also called "International Women's Day" in China, "March 8" and "March 8 Women's Day."
Since March 8, 1909, the Chicago women's fight for "equality between men and women" has been going through the 21st century for more than a hundred years. It is a festival established on March 8th each year to celebrate women's important contributions and great achievements in the economic, political and social fields. At the same time, it is also to commemorate more than 140 women workers killed in the 1911 New York Triangle underwear factory fire.
Since March 8, 1909, the Chicago Women's Labor Women's Strike Procession has gone through more than a hundred years since the 21st century. The focus of celebration varies in different regions. In some places, this festival has lost its political meaning and has become a simple moment for men to express their love for women.