An educator, suffragist, and the national president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
An American politician and educator, the first African-American woman to serve as the National Security Adviser, and the first African-American woman to serve as the US Secretary of State.
A lawyer, an author, and the first black First Lady of the US.
The Queen of Scotland between 1542 to 1567.
A women’s suffrage leader, an author, and the longest-serving Secretary of State of Texas.
A Spanish Republican politician and a women's rights activist.
One of the first female physicians in the US, a public health reformer, and the first female State Senator elected in the US.
Civil rights activist, a law professor, and an African-American history expert. One of the most significant women in the Black Panther Party.
Politician, educator, author, the first African-American woman elected to the US Congress and the first major-party African-American candidate to run for the presidential nomination.
An American politician, the first female Governor of South Dakota.