Best friends can relate to the struggle

National Girl, Me Too Day – April 7


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This day encourages support for female friends.

Do you ever feel alone? You don’t have to, especially if you are a girl on April 7

April 7 will be the fifth annual celebration of National Girl, Me Too Day, a day supporting all women no matter the age, to converse about struggles that they have been through by sharing with one another.

The name of the day was chosen because it resonates with women and is often the response when a woman shares a situation that her friends can relate to.

National Girl, Me Too Day is a day to take a look at the women surrounding you and recognize their strength and endurance. The day has been founded in 2017 by Symonia Montgomery who is also the founder for the Girl, Me Too movement, a non-profit organization whose goal is to bring women together by educating them, giving girls a voice, and helping with ways to respond in certain situations. National Girl, Me Too Day was designed to create empowerment and unity for a better future (Girl Me Too Day).