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International Women's Day

The idea of an annual celebration came after the Socialist Party of America organized Women's Day on February 20, 1909, in New York. During the women's conferences of the Socialist International,
in Copenhagen, 1910, it was suggested, by Clara Zetkin, that Women's Day should be celebrated every year, without, however, defining a specific date.
In 1975, March 8 was established as International Women's Day by the United Nations. Today, the date is celebrated in more than 100 countries - as a day of protest for rights or a sweetened celebration of the feminine, comparable to Mother's Day.

We Angora are not indifferent and we also celebrate International Women's Day.

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