Anna Javis: The woman who regretted creating women's day

Anna Javis: The woman who regretted creating women's day

Anna Javis: The woman who regretted creating women’s day

The women day is marked to be celebrated in the second Sunday of May in US over a century ago, and also world wide

In 1858 Mrs Anna Javin started running a mother’s day club in a Methodist Episcopal, and this was to combat high infant and child mortality rates, mostly due to diseases that ravaged their community in Grafton, West Virginia.

In the clubs she taught mothers about hygiene and sanitation and  provided medicine and supplies to sick families and quarantined families from pandemic when necessary.

 

Anna Javis: The woman who regretted creating women’s day

Mrs Jarvis herself lost nine children during the American Civil War (1861-1865) and this was due to disease she lived well and died in 1905 surviving by four children in a promised to fulfil her mother’s dream.
Anna lived with a perspective to celebrate lovely mothers with a motto ” mother’s day was for the best mother who lived-your Mother”
For your mother, the one who dedicated her life to you.
Notables the second Sunday has always been celebrated for many years and will still be celebrated.
Because mother’s are always awesome and her legacy will always love………….

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