March is Women’s History Month, with the 8th being International Women’s Day, and we’re here for it. While our mission is to commemorate women all year long, we also believe in coming together to recognize and appreciate our herstory, our progress, our future. So, in honor of womankind, we’re celebrating some with some of our favorite women who inspire us every day.
Journalist, activist, First Lady, and executive producer, Maria Shriver’s advocacy for women’s wellbeing has helped changed the way we understand and discuss mental health.
“The gift my mother gave me was the gift of possibility. From an early age, she instilled in me a belief that I could do anything I wanted to do. It wasn't a matter of, 'Can I?' or 'Should I?' It was just, 'You can, you must, you will!' She wanted me to believe that anything was possible.”
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
A Greatest of All Time, and for an inspiring reason. The first female tenured professor at Columbia University and second female justice of the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg has always led the right for women’s rights as well as gender and worker’s equality in the United States.
"Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you."
Chelsea Von Chaz
Chelsea is a stylist-turned-entrepreneur who left Hollywood in search of a purpose. That journey eventually led her to launch #HappyPeriod, a non-profit organization providing menstrual products to homeless and low-income women. Already shattering stigmas around menstruation, Chelsea is redefining what it means to have access to quality hygiene and period care, no matter where one comes from.
This year, we’re excited to partner with Chelsea and #HappyPeriod to provide quality care to women throughout Los Angeles. For every purchase made on GetRael.com from now until March 31st, Rael will donate one period product for a woman in need. So what are you waiting for? Stock up on your favorite Rael items and join us on our mission to empower all women with natural, healthy feminine care.
Chloe quickly became a household name when she, at just 17 years old, became the youngest woman to win a gold medal in the women’s snowboard halfpipe during the 2018 Winter Olympics. As a daughter of Korean immigrants, Chloe’s story resonates with us and continues to empower young women all over the world.
“Just because I'm young doesn't mean I didn't work hard to get to where I am.”
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