Nina Ansary’s “Anonymous Is A Woman” Anthology Gives Female Innovators The Praise They Dserve

Nina Ansary’s “Anonymous Is A Woman” Anthology Gives Female Innovators The Praise They Dserve

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We all know that women and their achievements and contributions to the society are mostly unappreciated and unnoticed. The history books we used back in school limits the chapters where women are considered heroes, leaders or saviors. If ever women are noticed, information are still limited to certain factors like color or nationality, which all boils down to women still not getting the power and recognition that they deserve.

The good thing is that in this modern society, more efforts are being done in terms of emphasizing the significance of women creators and game changers.. One of these is
Award-winning author and women’s rights activist Nina Ansary recently wrote an anthology called “Anonymous Is A Woman” which tackles 4,000 year history of gender inequality that also includes 50 profiles of women innovators from across the globe, which can be an inspiration to many women to speak out and step up to make this world a better place.

Nina Ansary is all about honoring and recognizing women’s groundbreaking contributions and she rescues many of these women’s weakness and anonymity by telling their stories through this book. With an effort to express how women really is deserving to be noticed and to be recognized, and helping them escape society’s restriction of showing female achievements, The author is rooting out the complexities of being a female game changer during times in which society is being overlooked and neglected women.

Through women who corresponded her while she was writing the book, she knew how important this is. She heard stories about women in all parts of the globe how they have survived obstacles and barriers prevented them from achieving what they want to achieve, and to contribute great things in the society.

Another inspiring things about this masterpiece is that the proceeds of the book will be given to several non-profit organizations that aims to aid female scholars and activists.

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