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Fearless Girl Breaks Glass Ceiling on International Women’s Day

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It was a sight to be seen on Wall Street.

Just steps from the New York Stock Exchange, the Fearless Girl stood surrounded by shards of glass, marking International Women's Day and Women's History Month.

The sculpture, designed by Kristin Visbal, first braved the famous bronze bull in lower manhattan in 2017.  It was supposed to be a short exhibition, but at the demand of the public, became a permanent fixture in the NYSE.

The latest installation is part of a campaign by State Street Global Financial Advisors and McCann New York.

So far, TheStreet's Women's History Month video series has highlighted groundbreakers from our past like Elizabeth Cady Stanton: An Uncompromising Leader of the American Women's Rights Movement and leaders of today like Jane Fraser, Citi's (C) New CEO, and First Female Leader of a Major U.S. Bank, and Kate Healy, the chair of the Foundation for Financial Planning discusses The Pandemic's Brutal Impact on Women and Their Retirement.

Editor's note: this video was produced by TheStreet's Ben Ratner.

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