By Zoe Blarowski
February is Women’s History Month. How can that be relevant to our modern lives, you might ask? A page out of ancient Celtic history can actually give us some helpful insights into how we can promote equality today.
The Celtic culture was at its height over two thousand years ago in Europe, and their views on women’s roles in society were different than they often are today.
Women were leaders
As of August 2015, the United Nations reported that women represent 22 percent of all international government members. There are many reasons behind this inequality, but female leadership is clearly an area that still needs to be cultivated in modern day.
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