This Day in Women's History
Over the years women have made June 3rda day to remember. Women of the 60s and 70s broke down a lot of barriers and many changes were made in our country regarding religion, sports and music.
In 1962, professional golfers Betsy Rawls and Kathy Cornelius tied in a golf tournament called the Babe Zaharias (named after a woman who also was known for breaking down barriers). Golf has traditionally been known as male-dominated sport, but these women were driving forces behind the creation of the Ladies Professional Golf Association.
Today in 1967, Grammy award-winning musician Aretha Franklin released her modified version of the Otis Redding single, "Respect." Her rendition has become an anthem, and is a declaration from a strong woman who demands respect from her man.
The first female rabbi was ordained on June 3 in 1972. Sally Jane Priesand did not intend to champion the rights of women through her role, but paved the way for almost 1,000 women who have followed in her footsteps.
What do you think about woman change history? Do you have any heroines you'd like to share? Sound off in the comments below.
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