Kickass Google Doodle Celebrates 13 Game-Changing Women

Google’s new Doodle applauds 13 inspirational women from around the world who’ve changed history.

Mexican painter and activist Frida Kahlo, American journalist and suffragist Ida B. Wells and English mathematician Ada Lovelace are among the trailblazers the tech giant pays tribute to.

The homage is in honor of International Women’s Day on Wednesday, which celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women whilst campaigning for a gender equal world.

The Doodle is presented as a slideshow, which begins with a grandmother telling her young granddaughter a bedtime story about groundbreaking women from across the ages.

Check out the Doodle via Google’s homepage here, and see every woman featured below:

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