Today's #GoogleDoodle honors a figure who helped give a voice to the voiceless:
Filipino educator & activist Rosa Sevilla de Alvero, who fought tirelessly for women's rights & is remembered as one of the nation's most influential suffragists 🇵🇭🗳
Happy Hinamatsuri, Japan! 🇯🇵🗾
Be on the lookout for displays of ceramic dolls dressed in Heian Period magnificence like those in the Girls' Day #GoogleDoodle artwork 🎎 They symbolize wishes of happiness & health for all girls & women! →
We’re excited to dance into extra doodling days with all of our K-12 artists!
Curtain call for the #DoodleforGoogle contest has been extended to 8:00pm PT on March 5th. Make sure to submit your doodle by the new deadline.
Known to audiences by his stage name Wang Tae, Thai musician Wangdee Nima spread joy for decades as a master of the traditional Thai folk music known as Lam Tad 🇹🇭🎙
Learn how Wang Tae became 1 of the genre's foremost (& wittiest!) voices →
Happy St. David's Day, Wales! 🏴
Ever wondered why there is a red dragon on the Welsh flag🐲? Find out with today's #GoogleDoodle, inspired by one of Wales' most famous tales 📜 →
🎨 by guest artist Elin Manon
Warm wishes to the many nations who celebrated their National & Independence Days this February: Sri Lanka 🇱🇰, Serbia 🇷🇸, Lithuania 🇱🇹, Estonia 🇪🇪, Kuwait 🇰🇼, & the Dominican Republic 🇩🇴
Today's #GoogleDoodle celebrates a Turkish artist considered a pioneer of modern sculpture: Kuzgun Acar 🇹🇷
Learn how he nailed down his life's calling by transforming unconventional materials like wire & scrap metal into abstract sculptures 🔨 →
Strength is key in times of uncertainty.
To consider those who may be doodling outside of their classrooms or experiencing weather-related challenges, we have extended the #DoodleforGoogle contest deadline to 8:00pm PT on March 5th!
Enter here →
The full moon & stars aren't the only things glowing in the sky tonight! 🌕 🌌
Paper lanterns and light installations will also illuminate the night for the Lantern Festival, an annual celebration for the Lunar New Year 🏮
👀 more with #GoogleDoodle →
A #ThrowbackDoodle for fearless American lighthouse keeper Ida Lewis 💡🏠 A true beacon of inspiration, Lewis was a lifesaver who was once declared "America's Bravest Woman" 🇺🇸
Find out how she earned her prestigious title with this 2017 #GoogleDoodle →
Co-author of the 1st Indigenous American opera 🎭
Powerful writer & musician 🎻
Resilient activist for Indigenous & women's rights 📜
Happy birthday to Zitkala-Ša of the Yankton Sioux Tribe of South Dakota!
#GoogleDoodle🎨 by guest artist Chris Pappan→
We’re almost at the finish line 🏁
K-12 students, we want to see your #DoodleForGoogle artwork!
Only one week left to submit your Doodle for a chance to end up on the Google homepage. We can’t wait to hear what makes you uniquely strong →
"When people see this Doodle, I hope that they feel seen, heard and empowered."—@MonicaAhanonu, guest artist for today's #GoogleDoodle 🎨
Thank you for bringing this project to life, Monica! →
Happy U.S. #BlackHistoryMonth!
Today's slideshow #GoogleDoodle celebrates "Black, lesbian, feminist, mother, warrior, poet" Audre Lorde on her 87th birthday.
🎨 by guest artist @MonicaAhanonu →
On the 7th day of #LunarNewYear, many celebrate with Yee Sang, a yummy Malaysian raw fish salad 🥢
Before eating, the dinner is tossed high above the table to wish for prosperity—The higher the toss, the better the fortune! 🌕
Lou Hei! →
Today's #GoogleDoodle celebrates a woman who helped revolutionize medicine: Dr. Marie Thomas, one of the 1st female doctors in all of Indonesia! 🇮🇩
Learn how she made history as the 1st Indonesian woman to specialize in gynecology & obstetrics 🥼🍼→
No matter how you celebrate #ValentinesDay2021, the underlying emotion that glues today together will never change: LOVE 😍
So now's your chance! Let that special someone know you love them to pieces ✨
Happy Valentine's Day from #GoogleDoodle 💘 →
Strength isn’t only about how fast you can run or how many pushups you can do—it’s also about the strength inside of you 🦸🏽💪
How do you keep moving forward in tough times? Tell us what makes you uniquely strong with #DoodleforGoogle →
Re In Vietnam, Lunar New Year is known as Tết 🌕 🇻🇳
What better way to welcome the new year than with bánh tét'—a rice cake stuffed with mung beans & pork rolled in banana leaves🍌🥬
What's your favorite way to celebrate Tết? Comment ⬇
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