In honor of Women’s History Month, the Beverly Hills City Council recognized Beata Pózniak, who introduced the first bill in the history of the United States Congress to recognize March 8 as International Women’s Day.
“We are very fortunate to have Beata Pózniak with us tonight,” Mayor Lili Bosse said.
Vice Mayor Julian Gold added that Pózniak is an artist and activist who has directed films, published poetry, narrated audiobooks and created her own educational organization, Women’s Day USA.
“Because of you and your diligent hard work and persistence to put the light on women, their inspirational achievements and demanding that they receive equal opportunity and representation around the world, you have brought greater awareness to inequities that we all still face,” Bosse said.
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