Candace Parker, who performs for the Los Angeles Sparks of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), delivered a strong message as Women’s History Month comes to a detailed. She advocated that women need to be celebrated each single day, not just for one month.
In an unique with Bleacher Report, Parker mentioned, “Most days, a lot of you don’t hear too much about us. Some days, you might hear about a handful of us – the first of us, the only to win that title, take that job, run that fast, that far.”
Throwing gentle on over-fixation on firsts and sidelining different achievements, Parker mentioned, “But let’s tell the rest of the story too. How over-fixation on firsts to the exclusion of everything else can erase history, blot out the experiences of so many who were, are held back.”
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Parker has gained a WNBA championship (2016), two WNBA Most Valuable Player Awards (2008, 2013), WNBA Finals MVP Award (2016), WNBA All-Star Game MVP (2013), two Olympic gold medals (2008, 2012), and the WNBA Rookie of the Year Award (2008).
Parker has been chosen to six all-WNBA groups and 5 all-star groups, and was the primary participant to win the Rookie of the Year and the WNBA Most Valuable Player Award in the identical season.