Google celebrates strong women in #OneDayIWill video

Google celebrates strong women in #OneDayIWill video

The Google Doodle vid features prominent ladies from around the world like Jane Goodall and Malala Yousafzai
08 Mar, 2016

8 March marks International Women's Day so here's to strong women; may we know them, my we be them, may we raise them

To celebrate, search engine giant, Google has dedicated a video to women out there titled #OneDayIWill, which plays on its search homepage in the usual Doodle spot.

The nearly one and a half minute video showcases women and young girls from 13 different cities around the globe, such as Cairo and New Delhi, completing the sentence "one day I will...".

It shows notable figures like Jane Goodall, who shared her hope to one day discuss the environment with the Pope, as well as Nobel Prize Winner Malala Yousafzai and activist Muzoon Almellehan, who continue to work fearlessly toward a future where every girl can go to school.

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The women behind the video, Lydia Nichols, Helen Leroux and Liat Ben-Rafael shared, "Over the years, Doodles have marked the achievements of women in science, civil rights, journalism, sports, arts, technology and beyond. But for our 2016 International Women’s Day Doodle, we wanted to celebrate the next generation of Doodle-worthy women—the engineers, educators, leaders, movers and shakers of tomorrow."

Happy Women's Day to all our readers!


Skeptic Mar 08, 2016 09:18pm
Two admirable and noble young ladies. They are not known for making fashion statements, or glamour. But they aspire to, and what Malala especially, has already achieved, and they impact these two make on the lives of ordinary kids -- especially young poor girls -- has a much more profound impact than any of the shallow fashionistas, pseudo-sophisticate, social climbers and wanna-bees with their silly selfies, that usually adorn these pages.
Bupi Mar 08, 2016 10:14pm
It's great to give Respect to women .
Mrs. Phannay Khan Mar 09, 2016 05:17am
Good to see Malala in there. Very proud of her!
Imtiaz Hussain Mar 09, 2016 10:15pm