Google Doodles have grown as a part of popular culture as they use art to acknowledge important historical figures and holidays from around the world. But a new report says the search-engine company should do better in celebrating more people of color, especially women. Take a look at those who have been acknowledged with Doodles.
On May 4, 1884, journalist and activist Ida B. Wells was forced by a train conductor to move from her seat in a ladies' car into a smoking car, an incident that led her to file a discrimination lawsuit against the company.