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Women Who Made History
Hidden Figures by
Publication Date: 2017
The story of three African-American women, "human computers" who worked with NASA to put John Glenn in orbit.
Norma Rae by
Publication Date: 1979
A young single mother and textile worker agrees to help unionize her mill despite the problems and dangers involved.
Women in History
A Brief History of Divorce
Digs into the complicated history of divorce, reflecting the difficulty women faced in achieving one.
The Historic Women's Suffrage March on Washington
On March 3, 1913, after months of strategic planning and controversy, thousands of women gathered in Washington D.C. for the Women's Suffrage Parade -- the first mass protest for a woman's right to vote.
The Fight for Women's Rights
Two women search for friends and colleagues who fought for equal rights. One of the first female commercial pilots wants to thank her mentor, and an advocate hopes to find the woman who inspired her to join a movement.
Her Story: The Female Revolution
This documentary series explores how, from the highest echelons of society, to the lowest rungs of the global ladder, a quiet revolution has been taking place.
Lady Science Podcast
Produced by Lady Science magazine, the podcast invites experts to go deep into the scientific history of gender.
Women Making History...and More!
Gloria: In Her Own Words
A biographical profile of Gloria Steinem, an icon of the feminist movement for over 40 years.
Gloria Steinem: To Future Generations of Women, You are the Roots of Change
A conversation with activist and author Gloria Steinem about the revolutionary roots of the feminist movement, the fundamental need for intersectionality to combat prejudice, and how she overcame her fears with the support of friends. Now she urges future generations of women to advocate for each other in solidarity -- and discover the freedom found in companionship and community.
Jenny Saville: Life through a Microscope
Saville, a contemporary British painter, often uses large-scale paintings of nude women with all their marks and blemishes in order to challenge historical and even current depictions of the female body
Profiles a contemporary American artist who uses a wide variety of mediums to lead viewers on a journey to examine the past as well as examine current racial and gender stereotypes
Kara Walker: "A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby"
an in-depth look at the creation of Kara Walker's monumental public project, "A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby," a colossal sugar-coated sphinx, as well as a series of life-sized, sugar and resin boy figurines.
Power to Empower: Amanda Gorman
Podcast interview with poet and activist Amanda Gorman, the first-ever U.S. Youth Poet Laureate.
We Should All Be Feminists
In a talk that started a worldwide conversation about feminism, writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie asks that we begin to dream about and plan for a different, fairer world -- of happier men and women who are truer to themselves.
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