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International Women's Day 2020: March 8 wins Google tribute | Apps

International Women's Day 2020 won a Google tribute this Sunday (8). The search engine celebrates the occasion, celebrated around the world on this March date, by replacing its traditional logo with a video. Doodle shows an animated mandala with different women, from different origins, cultures and generations from around the world. The animation should be in the air until the end of today.

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Google celebrates International Women's Day 2020 with video Photo: Reproduo / GoogleGoogle celebrates International Women's Day 2020 with video Photo: Reproduo / Google

Google celebrates International Women's Day 2020 with video Photo: Reproduo / Google

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International Women's Day is a traditional Google celebration date: the search engine has been making doodles to honor the cause for years. This year's animation was done exclusively by women and brings many references and symbolism. The 3D paper mandala was illustrated by Julie Wilkinson and Joyanne Horscroft, and animated by Marion Willam and Daphne Abderhalden. See the video of 2020 below.

According to Google, the 2020 video seeks to tell the story of International Women's Day by showing achievements from different generations. "The central black and white layer of the mandala reflects women around the world during the late 1800s to 1930s, amid labor movements. The second layer shows women from the 1950s to 1980s, a remarkable era in the wake of pressures for gender equality and rapid changes in the status quo. Finally, the outer layer symbolizes women from the 1990s to the present day, in the context of the progress of more than 100 years of women's rights movements, " company.

International Women's Day celebrated around the world on March 8. On this day, in 1857, a group of female workers were burnt to death by police at a textile factory in New York, United States. The women demanded a reduction in the working day, which was 14 hours a day, an increase in salary and the maternity leave right, when they were brutally murdered. The date celebrated since 1911 and represents the defense of women and the search for equal rights.

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