Though women are given the highest position in our holy books but ever since history they never get the credit which they deserve for. Though, the condition of women has improved from ancient to modern world with respect to equality, dignity, freedom from discrimination; and on the platform of getting jobs.
Women have also served at the top positions in the Indian government and around the globe, including the President of India, Prime minister of India, Lok sabha Speaker. But even after achieving the considerable gains, women, both in the U.S. and other countries around the globe still face gender equality issues in terms of sexual assault, gender inequality and dowry.
On the International Women’s Day this year (March 8, 2019) survey was conducted by politico Magazine and interacted with some of the most interesting women like lawmakers and presidential candidates to know the biggest challenge faced by women in U.S. and other countries. Here’s what they had revealed.
⟡ Women Challenge 1 Lack of Women in Positions of Power
Amy Klobuchar is a Democratic U.S. senator from Minnesota. She is running for president in 2020.
⟡ Women Challenge 2 Patriarchy
Keisha N. Blain, teaches history at the University of Pittsburgh and currently serves as president of the African Intellectual History Society.
She is author of Set the World on Fire: Black Nationalist Women and the Global Struggle for Freedom (2018) and co-editor of several books, including “To Turn The Whole World Over”; Black Women and Internationalism (2019).