Hijab Girl Finds Place in Google Doodle on International Women’s Day

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On the occasion of international women’s day, google has created a doodle showing women in different roles.

Hijab Girl Finds Place in Google Doodle on International Women’s Day
Hijab Girl Finds Place in Google Doodle on International Women’s Day

In a very motivating endeavor today on the occasion of international women’s day, the Google doodle has given a space to a girl donning Hijab that shows equity with other women.

On the occasion of international women’s day, google has created a doodle showing women in different roles.

The presentation of Hijab came amid massive protest in India over the banishment of Hijab. In many cities of country, women were forced to remove Hijab that they had don on their own will following the guidance from Islam or were protested against wearing Hijab.

Hijab Girl Finds Place in Google Doodle on International Women’s Day
Hijab Girl Finds Place in Google Doodle on International Women’s Day

“From a mother working from home to a motorcycle mechanic teaching her skills to the next generation, each illustration depicted in today’s Doodle is connected by the common thread of how women show up for themselves, their families, and their communities”, the search engine said.

The doodle was illustrated by Doodle Art Director, Thoka Maer.

On being asked about her personnel experience depicted in the doodle she said, “Life during the pandemic. The last couple of years have been hard for everyone but women especially. We usually celebrate women and their incredible accomplishments in the past and present, and inspire young girls to dream big. The reality of the last couple of years has forced women to shift focus, adjust priorities and make sacrifices to be there for others who need them. 

“I really hope that women feel seen and valued for whatever they’ve been doing and are doing right now. Getting up in the morning and getting through the day. Doing the dishes, holding on to the job or letting go of it, taking care of themselves and others. Those very basic things have been a huge piece of work since the beginning of the pandemic”, she said when asked that what does she hope people around the world will think and feel when they see this Doodle?


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