Honor a Woman Leader, Join The Women Inspire Roundup! #IWD2014 #WHM2014

Today, March 8, 2014 is International Women’s Day, a day dedicated to celebrating women’s economic, political and social achievements. In honor of this day and Women’s History Month, the USC School of Social Work is hosting a blog carnival focused on women who inspire us to take action—to fight for a cause, to make a difference in our communities or to prevent inequality. Starting today and ending on March 31, 2014, we will host a roundup of all of your blog submissions that reflect the #WomenInspire theme.

If you’re interested in taking part in this campaign, please grab a #WomenInspire badge and take a look at our participation guidelines on our Women Inspire Campaign Call For Submissions page.

We will update our roundup with blog day submissions between now and the end of March. We invite you to actively comment on one another’s posts and share these stories across social media platforms using the hashtag #womeninspire.

Below are the blog submissions that celebrate women of character, courage, and commitment:

International Women’s Day – Inspiring Change by Someday Somewhere
Why Ellen Is My Shero #WomenInspire Campaign by Diaspora of Love
Unveiling the ‘dis-married’ on Women’s Day by A Walk into the Woods
#WomenInspire: International Women’s Day & My Day with Chelsea Clinton by Renee M. Powers
Phenomenal Women Inspiring Change by Everyday Gyaan
Festival of Words – International Women’s Day 2014 By Write Tribe
International Womens Day. My SHeros #WomenInspire Change by Vidya Sury
Do we need a women’s day? by The Philosopher’s Stone
Inspire A Change by Gemini In The Sky
Happy Women’s Day, Every Day by Sulekha Rawat: Memoirs
International Women’s Day 2014 –Remember the Ladiesby Communicating Across Boundaries
Eden’s Eternal Shame by Priyanka Agasty
Happy Women’s Day 2014! by Expatliv
Inspire the change: the first lady of my life by Kajori
MY GRANDMOTHER IS MY SHERO by Kristin Battista-Frazee
Lupita Nyong’o on True Beauty vs. the “Seduction of Inadequacy” by Anita Finlay
Women in the Comic Book Industry by Anthony Baxter
#WomenInspire Blog Campaign by Heather Birdwell
Happy International Women’s Day! by Feminist History of Philosophy
Happy International Women’s Day by Igbo
My Shero And Inspiration by Inderpreet Kaur Uppal
Who Are the Women Who Inspire You? by Hello Ladies
Gloria Steinem By She-Ro Of The Week
Who’s the woman who inspired the way I write? #WomenInspire by Shawna Percey

Want to help promote the women’s day campaign? Copy the following text into your blog post to invite your readers to participate:

“I’m celebrating Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day by blogging for the #WomenInspire Campaign sponsored by USC’s masters degree in social work program. Join the blog carnival to honor a woman who has inspired you!”

Submit your blog post in the comments section below!

Thank you for joining us for this Women’s History Month celebration! *The roundup will be updated every 48 hours. If you have additional questions about this campaign, please contact our team via our Facebook page.