Today, Monday, March 8, women around the world celebrated International Women’s Day. The day recognizes the social, cultural, political, and economic achievements of women around the world, and includes a call to action for gender equality.
Now, more than ever we’re seeing that ladies are dominating in all aspects of life. From our own family members to paving the way to political power like Vice President Kamala Harris, to speaking up about the lack of protection for Black women like Megan Thee Stallion, to creating diversity and inclusion behind and in front of the TV screen like Issa Rae, and more.
In honor of the holiday, celebrities shared how they’re celebrating and how they feel about the special day on social media. Here are the Source’s top 10 tweets from International Women’s Day 2021.
The award-winning actress shared a powerful #SayHerName tweet with the a list of 64 names of women who lost their lives.
The Icy Queen herself joined actress, writer, and producer Issa Rae for a conversation on The Raedio Show. She also shared a musical selection she created for Apple Music.
One of the artist from everyone’s favorite sister duo Chloe x Halle shared a playlist she curated for Apple Music, and a sweet message for all of her followers.
Megan Thee Stallion
The Hot Girl herself announced that she and Fashion Nova will be giving away 1 million dollars in grants and scholarships to women entrepreneurs, female students, women-owned businesses and women-focused charities this month.
The trailblazing artist shared pictures of a billboard where a scientist said that Missy Elliot’s music inspires her.
Singer and songwriter Kehlani shared her hit song “Honey” with the caption “happy international womenz day”.
Susan Kelechi Watson
The “This is Us” actress put us all in our feelings after sharing pictures with her TV-family, with the caption “Twinning since 2016”.
We’ve grown to love “Mercedes” from the hit Starz show P-Valley! the actress shared a tweet wishing her fellow cast-mates a “Happy International Women’s Day. She also hinted at the cast reuniting to film the second season soon.
The legendary actress shared a powerful message with the world, encouraging women to stand in their power.
The Queen of crying on cue and Oscar award-winning actress shared a cute video of a little girl dancing and playing the whistle.