NATIONAL GIRL, ME TOO DAY
National Girl Me Too Day on April 7 recognizes the strength and endurance of women of all ages and is an opportunity to show support for each other. Take a moment to look at the women around us. Neighbors, shopkeepers, sisters, even strangers. If you were to ask anyone of them a single thing they have had to overcome many of us could respond, “Girl, me too.”
National Girl, Me Too Day strives to break down divisions among women of all walks of life and remind them they have all carried similar burdens and struggles. By lifting each other up, we help to mend the past and make a better future for our children.
HOW TO OBSERVE
To celebrate National Girl, Me Too Day, give a greeting card of encouragement to a woman you don’t know, a woman you don’t usually associate with or any woman. Wear your Girl Me Too Shirt and post a picture using the hashtags #NationalGirlMeTooDay and #GirlMeToo to share on social media.
Symonia Montgomery, the creator of the Girl, Me Too movement, founded National Girl, Me Too Day to help encourage women to bond together in support of each other and first celebrated the day on April 7, 2016.
The Registrar at National Day Calendar® proclaimed National Girl, Me Too Day to be observed annually beginning in 2018.