The teenager's artwork, titled "Not Alone," captures her hugging her mother to remind others that there is always someone they can turn to.
This year marks the 94th birth anniversary of Takahashi.
On this day in 2015, the Santa Monica History Museum opened a special exhibit, called “Love, Shirley Temple,” featuring a collection of her rare memorabilia.
Dr. Frank Kameny was one of the most prominent figures of the U.S. LGBTQ rights movement.
Zitkala-Sa worked relentlessly to help protect and celebrate her indigenous heritage through arts and activism.
Audre Lorde described herself as a "Black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet."
James Naismith is the star of the Google Doodle on Friday for the anniversary of the announcement of the creation of the game of basketball.
Dr. James Naismith was honored for his illustrious contribution to the sporting world.
An 11-year-old girl won the Doodle 4 Google 2014 contest with a design based on clean water initiatives.
Mendez's daughter, Sylvia, was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2011 in recognition of her parents' role in Westminster v. Mendez.
On this day in 1981, the first Terry Fox Run was held. Approximately 300,000 people across Canada came together to walk, run or cycle in the memory of the humanitarian, raising $3.5 million for cancer research.
On Sept. 1, 1945, Ormes' groundbreaking single panel “Patty-Jo ’n’ Ginger” debuted in the Pittsburgh Courier.
Some of his famous works include historical adventure novels such as "The Three Musketeers" and "The Count of Monte Cristo."
Hepworth won several awards including the Grand Prix at the 1959 São Paulo Bienal. She was also named Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1965.
The Google Doodle celebrate the 190th birthday of the German chemist.
The Google doodle puts a humble request to its users to learn more about bees and to find out the ways in which each individual can contribute toward helping them pollinate effectively, which is significant for our existence on planet Earth.
“Today's slideshow Doodle celebrates 50 years of Pride by taking us through five decades of Pride history — all told through the lens of a growing, evolving, and international Pride parade!” according to Google Doodle’s blogpost.
Google paid tribute to Lucy Wills on her 131st birth anniversary through an animated doodle which showed the scientist hard at work in her laboratory.
In honor of Earth Day 2019, Google created an interactive doodle that introduces people to different birds and animals that were unique.
The Bauhaus has often been described as the single most influential modernist art school of the 20th century that left its impact on both Europe and the United States.
The doodle showed a stylized illustration of Hedwig Kohn in a laboratory measuring emission spectra, surrounded by atomic structures and a number of beakers.
In its tribute to Masekela, Google wrote that at the age of 21, the musician began a 30-year exile, traveling to New York where he enrolled in the Manhattan School of Music.
The AI-powered doodle was made in partnership with the Google Magenta and Google PAIR teams.
Seiichi Miyake's creation was first rolled out in 1967 near the Okayama School for the Blind in Okayama City.
Tim Berners-Lee's net worth falls far shorter than that of Apple CEO Tim Cook and founder of Microsoft Bill Gates.
Olga Ladyzhenskaya, known for her work in the field of fluid dynamics and partial differential equations, was born in Kologriv on March 7, 1922.
The doodle featured Irwin in an animated slideshow where the animal lover' enthusiasm for his trade was depicted.
She was the first black woman in the United States to sue and win against a white man.
Scruggs revolutionized the American roots music industry after introducing the three-finger method to pluck the banjo strings, a key musical instrument for the said genre.
Google Doodle paid tribute to Klee's 10,000 paintings, drawings and etchings which he created during his lifetime.