TIME puts a feminist spin on its Person of the Year issue with a list of 100 WOMEN who’ve been ‘overshadowed’ by men to represent each year in the last century, from Marilyn Monroe to Michelle Obama

Time magazine’s ‘100 Women of the Year’ list is celebrating the influential females who have been ‘overshadowed’ by men over the past century despite their achievements.     Inspired by the Time ‘Person of the Year’—which used to be the ‘Man of the Year’ until 1999—the new project spotlights the women who helped shape the world, starting with the Suffragists in 1920 and ending with Greta Thunberg in 2019.   Over the past 100 years, only 11 women have been named the Time ‘Person of the Year.’ In addition to their original covers, the magazine created 89 additional covers to honor the women who should have been featured but weren’t.  Icon: The Time ‘100 Women of the Year’ spotlights the women who helped shape the world, including actress Marilyn Monroe   Making amends: The list was inspired by the Time ‘Person of the Year,’ which has only featured 11 women. Authors Toni Morrison and J.K. Rowling both made the list  Celebration: Jacqueline Kennedy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Ellen DeGeneres (pictured) are among the remarkable women who have made the list The release of the list coincides with the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in the US and International Women’s Day, which falls on March 8.   Filmmaker Alma Har’el helped… Read full this story

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