New Delhi: Google celebrates the 77th birth anniversary of Kitty O’Neil, an American stuntwoman and record-breaking racer, with its new doodle on March 24. Before this, Google celebrated the 80th birthday of Dr Mario Molina, a Mexican chemist.
An extraordinary woman O’Neil broke barriers in society and left an impact on motorsports and Hollywood. She was born on March 24, 1946, in Corpus Christi, Texas. Her mother was Cherokee Native American and her Irish father was. She was very young when she was diagnosed with multiple diseases, resulting in a high fever that left her deaf. Throughout her life, she learned various communication modes and adapted to various audiences, eventually preferring speaking and lip reading the most.
The Google Doodle honouring Kitty O’Neil is a fitting tribute to her legacy. It depicts O’Neil performing a stunt. The doodle captures her fearless spirit and passion for adventure, inspiring people all over the world to pursue their dreams and never give up in the face of adversity.
Kitty O’Neil was a trailblazer and a role model for future generations, demonstrating that nothing is impossible with determination and hard work. The Google Doodle honours her incredible accomplishments and the impact she had on the world. It’s a celebration of her life, legacy, and the countless lives she has touched.