A lawyer, educator, and politician. The first black US Congresswoman from the Deep South.
Lawyer, Politician, and the first woman to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States.
The first female lawyer in the United States, an educator and women’s rights activist.
A lawyer, an author, and the first black First Lady of the US.
A feminist lawyer, civil rights activist, and Congresswoman who served in the House of Representatives from NY.
An activist for women's rights and minority groups, a lawyer, and a US Supreme Court justice, the second woman in this position.
Educator, attorney, politician, author, a champion of women's rights, and peacemaker. One of the first female lawyers in the US and the first woman to officially run for president.
A lawyer, writer, educator, civil and women’s rights activist, and the first African-American woman to be ordained as an Episcopal priest. Considered as one of the first transgender figures in US history.
The first woman and youngest person to serve on the Supreme Court of Georgia and the first female Chief Justice to serve on the Supreme Court of Georgia.
Suffragist, social reformer, and labor lawyer.