A female African business pioneer has been chosen by Google to be honored in the April 18 doodle.
Mary Pickford, also known as “America’s sweetheart” and “the girl with the curls,” was one of the first stars of the movie industry. Read about her life and watch some of her silent movies here.
Fazlur Rahman Khan, the Bengali-American architect who designed Chicago’s Willis Tower, is the subject of today’s Google Doodle on his 88th birthday. Learn more about his life and career.
Sarah Harrison was announced as the winner of Google’s “Doodle 4 Google” contest. Her doodle shows people of different races and sexuality posing together.
Russian art impresario Sergei Diaghilev is being honored today with a Google Doodle on what would have been his 145th birthday. Learn about his life and career.
Holi is being celebrated by Google with a Doodle. Here’s what you need to know about the Hindu spring festival.
Komodo National Park is being celebrated with a Google Doodle on its 37th anniversary. Here is what you need to know about the park and komodo dragons.
On February 28, Google has chosen to honor Pakistan’s “Angel of Mercy,” Abdul Sattar Edhi.
The man celebrated by Google on February famously once said, “No religion is higher than humanity.”
On February 25, Google has decided to honor the person who was once referred to as “The Bravest Woman in America.”
On February 11, Google has chosen to honor the world’s most trafficked mammal.
Aletta Jacobs, a Dutch physician, suffragist and inventor, is being celebrated with a Google Doodle on what would have been her 163rd birthday.
To kick off Black History Month, Google has chosen to celebrate the first internationally renowned African-American sculptor.
Fred Korematsu, a Japanese-American activist who was held in an internment camp during World War II, is celebrated with a Google Doodle today.
Bessie Coleman, the first female pilot of African American and Native American descent, is celebrated with a Google Doodle on what would have been her 125th birthday.