Poet, essayist, playwright, LGBTQ and political activist.
An activist, writer, first chair of UN Commission on Human Rights, and the most politically active First Lady in the US history.
A former World No. 1 professional American tennis player, who won 39 Grand Slam titles.
The first female chef to lead her restaurant in America to its first Michelin Star, and the highest-ranked female chef in the US.
An Olympic gold medal-winning decathlete, television presenter, socialite, and transgender rights activist.
A lawyer, educator, and politician. The first black US Congresswoman from the Deep South.
American-born French entertainer, French Resistance agent, and civil rights activist.
An award-winning American poet, playwright, and a feminist activist. The first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.
A suffrage leader and the first woman to run for US presidency.
A singer, performer, and gay rights activist who sparked the Stonewall Riots. Known as "The Rosa Parks of the gay movement."