The Muslim Council of Britain will be led by a woman for the first time in its history. Zara Mohammed, a training and development consultant from Glasgow, was elected secretary general of the organisation on Sunday.
Harriet Tubman is set to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill and will be the first person of color, the first women, and the first activist to be placed on a bill.
Thanks to a crowdfunding campaign by a teenage girl, Mary Anning, a fossil hunter and palaeontologist, will now be made into a statue.
Iran has finally approved a long-awaited bill to help better protect women against domestic violence and criminalise those responsible.
After they completing the longest non-stop commercial flight ever (17 hours long) operated by an Indian national airline, an all-female Indian pilot team made history this week.
The Boston Red Sox just made history as they hired Bianca Smith, the first Black woman to coach in the league, who will serve as a minor league coach at the club’s player development facility in Fort Myers, Florida.
Rylee Brooke Kamahele, a 13-year-old from Mililani Hawaii, wins award for galvanizing youth to organize Christmas celebrations for children in need and initiating a variety of volunteer opportunities for young people.
Back in 2018, Deb Haaland became the first Native American woman to serve in Congress and now she is slated to become the first Native American Interior Secretary.
A 12-year-old girl is making history as she becomes one of the youngest composers for the New York Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra.
To ensure her 18 students don’t miss out on their lessons during the pandemic, a teacher spends up to eight-hours a day riding on horseback to get to her pupils.