Women who changed everything

Malala Yousafzai: Was shot in the head by Taliban trying to promote education at her village. The youngest ever Nobel Prize laureate. malala-yousafzai-ftr__700

Ana Aslan: She is considered to be a pioneer of gerontology and geriatrics. ana-aslan11__700

Eliza Leonida Zamfirescu: The first ever female engineer.Bucuresti_Romania_Muzeul_National_de_Geologie_Savanta_Elisa_Leonida_Zamfirescu__B-II-m-B-18984__700

Fatima Al Fihria: The founder of the first ever university in the whole world.fatima-el-fihriya__700

Irene Sendlerowa: She smuggled more than 2 500 Jewish children out of Warsaw Ghetto during World War II.EN_00133240_0017

Amelia Earhart: The first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean in 1928.women-who-changed-history-12__700

Annie Lumpkins: A prominent voting activist, photographed at Little Rock City Jail, 1961.women-who-changed-history-18__700

Valentina Tereshkova: Born in Russia, was the first woman in space abroad the Vostok 6, 1963.women-who-changed-history-52__700

Marie Curie: A polish scientist, famous for her on work in the radioactivity theorem and development. The first woman to win a Nobel prize and the only woman to win it twice.women-who-changed-history-53__700

Anne Frank: Jewish diarist and writer.women-who-changed-history-110__700

Margaret Heafield: Director of software engineering for NASA’s Apollo Space Program, photographed in 1969.women-who-changed-history-411__700

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