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35 Empowering Songs for Women’s History Month

  1. Superwoman by Alicia Keys

  2. I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor

  3. Truth Hurts by Lizzo

  4. Beautiful by Christina Aguilera

  5. Roar by Katy Perry

  6. Scars to Your Beautiful by Alessia Cara

  7. La La Land by Demi Lovato

  8. Stronger by Kelly Clarkson

  9. Fighter by Christina Aguilera

  10. Sorry (Not Sorry) by Demi Lovato

  11. Survivor by Destiny’s Child

  12. Girl on Fire by Alicia Keys

  13. Fight Song by Rachel Platten

  14. Don’t Start Now by Dua Lipa

  15. Masterpiece by Jessie J

  16. Run the World by Beyonce

  17. Good as Hell by Lizzo

  18. Woman by Kesha

  19. These Boots Were Made for Walkin’ by Nancy Sinatra

  20. My Power by Nija, Beyonce, Busiswa, Yemi Alade, Tierra Whack, Moonchild Sanelly & DJ Lag

  21. Peppers and Onions by Tierra Whack

  22. Savage Remix (feat. Beyonce) by MeganThee Stallion

  23. Pretty Girl Rock by Keri Hilson

  24. Bust Your Windows by Jasmine Sullivan

  25. Hate on Me by Jill Scott

  26. Skyscraper by Demi Lovato

  27. Bang Bang by Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj & Jessie J

  28. Golden by Jill Scott

  29. Confident by Demi Lovato

  30. Can’t Hold Us Down by Christina Aguilera

  31. OK Not to Be OK by Demi Lovato & Marshmello

  32. Good Woman Down by Mary J. Blige

  33. I’m Coming Out by Diana Ross

  34. Juice by Lizzo

  35. Listen by Beyonce

I chose these songs because, at some point in my life they inspired me to get out of my rut and make a change. These songs have been inspirations for women everywhere and have been empowering women since they were made. From surviving difficult times and learning to grow, to being able to love yourself and be comfortable in your skin. The artists that made these songs are just as important. They chose these lyrics to have an impact on anyone who listened to their music. These songs have been a guide for me to find myself without worrying about how others felt. They made me believe in myself and what I am capable of despite what life throws at me.

Debbie Pollock

Valdosta '21

My name is Debbie, and I’m a senior at Valdosta State University. I love writing about things to help inspire and entertain women. Being a black woman in today's society comes with many challenges. I've learned to overcome what life has thrown at me and to be an inspiration to the people around me. I've learned how to be my own guide and paint my own picture. Capturing what life has to offer and becoming th woman that I've always dreamed of being, is what comes next.
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