An award winning pop star and fashion icon.
A prominent US orator, abolitionist, and suffragist. Leader and advocate to promote women's rights, and a co-founder of Woman’s Journal.
An activist, writer, first chair of UN Commission on Human Rights, and the most politically active First Lady in the US history.
A suffrage leader and the first woman to run for US presidency.
The host, owner, and producer of the most popular Talk Show in the US history, and the first black American female billionaire.
A singer-songwriter, comedienne, and actress, the first African-American entertainer to win an Academy Award. Best known for her role as ‘Mammy’ in “Gone with the Wind”, regarded as one of the greatest films of all time.
The first woman in Louisiana to earn a living writing for a newspaper, and the first woman publisher of a major daily newspaper in the US.
A journalist and activist, famous for her journey around the world on a bicycle.
American author, mostly known for writing the book series “Little House on the Prairie.”
The first woman to serve as editor in chief and publisher of a major US daily newspaper.