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Today's celebrates Mexican comedian, entertainer, writer, composer, director, & producer Chespirito 🎉🇲🇽 Known for some of the most beloved TV series in Mexican history, his smile still brings joy to families around the 🌎 today! 📺 →
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Google Doodles Feb 19
Today’s celebrates Estonian writer Jaan Kross on his 100th birthday 🇪🇪 As one of the nation’s most translated writers, Kross helped illuminate the realities of Soviet occupation in Eastern Europe ✍🏻 Art by guest artist Mirjam Laater →
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Google Doodles Feb 18
An electrifying for pioneering Italian physicist & chemist Alessandro Volta ⚡️ Learn how Volta & anatomy professor Galvani discovered the first electrical battery almost by accident while dissecting a frog! 🔋→
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Google Doodles Feb 15
This year marks the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage in the U.S., & today's celebrates the 200th birthday of one of the key figures who made it possible: social reformer & activist Susan B. Anthony 🇺🇸 →
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Google Doodles Feb 15
Today’s celebrates Polish humanitarian, social worker, & nurse Irena Sendlerowa, who saved the lives of hundreds of Jewish children during WWII by risking her own 🇵🇱 →
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Google Doodles Feb 14
One of the few women in medicine in her time, Brazilian psychiatrist Nise da Silveira boldly challenged established psychiatric practices. She pioneered a more humane approach to patient care, such as through painting and sculpting 🎨🧠
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Google Doodles Feb 14
Glad that you enjoyed our GIFts, ! 🎁💕
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Google Doodles Feb 14
Share the love with Valentine's GIFs from today's ! 💕 Search for ”” in Gboard, GIF Keyboard, or the GIF search in your favorite social apps to tell someone they're out of this world! 🚀 →
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Google Doodles Feb 14
Whether your loved ones are light-years away, or nearby, we hope no amount of space gets in the way of letting them know you're over the moon for them 🌙 Happy Valentine's Day! ❤️
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Google Doodles Feb 13
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Google Doodles Feb 13
: British scientist Mary Somerville was featured in a recent . Her book, The Connection of the Physical Sciences (1834), led to the discovery of which planet? 🔭 🔎 →
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Google Doodles Feb 7
On the 1st full moon of the Lunar New Year, today's celebrates the Lantern Festival 🇹🇼🏮 Skies are illuminated tonight as people light lanterns for their wishes of good luck & prosperity in the new year. →
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Google Doodles Feb 7
A from 2015 celebrating writer Laura Ingalls Wilder. Her beloved "Little House" books, describing life on the American frontier, made her an icon of early American literature 🇺🇸📚
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Google Doodles Feb 7
Today's by guest artist celebrates German poet & artist Else Lasker-Schüler 🇩🇪 Fearlessly exploring the depths of the human experience, she is widely considered one of the greatest poets to write in the German language ✍🏻 →
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Google Doodles Feb 6
Today’s celebrates Cuban singer & guitarist María Teresa Vera on her 125th birthday 🇨🇺 Known as the Grande Dame of Cuban Music, she composed the nation’s rural folk song style, trova 🎤 →
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Google Doodles Feb 5
Today's celebrates Waitangi Day by featuring New Zealand's 3 endemic birds: the flightless Kiwi, the Tūī, & the Kererū 🐦🐦🐦 Learn more 🇳🇿→
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Google Doodles Feb 5
: Argentine rock icon Luis Alberto Spinetta was recently featured in a . What was his famous nickname? 🇦🇷🎸 🔎 →
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Google Doodles Feb 3
"Care for us and accept us – we are all human beings," said South African child activist Nkosi Johnson, today’s honoree. Johnson fought to destigmatize AIDS & became a voice of change heard by millions around the world 🎤 Learn more →
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Google Doodles Feb 2
Today's celebrates groundbreaking Scottish scientist Mary Somerville 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Learn how she revolutionized our understanding of the solar system & how her work inspired the coinage of the term "scientist" →
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Google Doodles Feb 1
"I hope [people] are inspired to learn more about the sit-in, the movement, & all the stories of Black resilience that helped shape the world we live in today." More from guest artist Karen Collins, who made today's Greensboro sit-in
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