8 World Changing Women 

Marie Curie: Pioneering scientist and first woman Nobel Prize winner, revolutionized physics with her research on radioactivity.

Ada Lovelace: World's first computer programmer, laid foundation for modern computing.

Rosa Parks: Mother of the Civil Rights Movement, sparked Montgomery Bus Boycott and fought against racial segregation.

Malala Yousafzai: Youngest Nobel laureate, advocate for girls' education, and inspiration for global activism.

Emmeline Pankhurst: Prominent suffragette who campaigned tirelessly for women's right to vote.

Frida Kahlo: Celebrated Mexican artist, challenged societal norms through powerful paintings.

Harriet Tubman: Abolitionist who escaped slavery and rescued enslaved individuals through the Underground Railroad.

Queen Elizabeth I: Reign marked by political stability, economic growth, and cultural achievements in Elizabethan Era.

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