This story was originally published on Passionfruit.
As March rolls around, it’s time to turn the spotlight on the often-overlooked achievements and history of women as part of Women’s History Month. Conveniently, this coincides with International Women’s Day, on Mar. 8, a global celebration of the economic, political, and social achievements of women.
While one day, or month, is enough for some, others are dedicating their time and their TikTok algorithms to all things women’s history, using the “For You” page as a means to educate. Passionfruit has compiled a list of some of the standout stars in the women’s history space online who are rewriting the history books.
Although these students, advocates, and enthusiasts represent a variety of niches, from art to archaeology, Latin America to ancient Egypt, what they share is an unapologetic celebration of women in history that informs their combined millions of followers around the world.