An educator, journalist, women’s rights activist, and champion for Mexican Americans' and immigrants' civil rights.
Professional basketball player. The first player to join the WNBA and a three-time WNBA MVP.
Educator and activist, a leading advocate for the establishment of Juneteenth as a federal holiday. Known as the “Grandmother of Juneteenth.”
A professional basketball player and coach. The second female assistant coach in NBA, the first female full-time assistant coach in NBA, and the first woman to be a head coach in the NBA Summer League.
A songwriter, dancer, actress, and the most awarded female singer of all time.
A writer, women’s rights activist, one of the first female physicians in Texas, and one of the Texas Equal Rights Association’s founders.
A women’s suffrage leader, an author, and the longest-serving Secretary of State of Texas.
Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, and fashion designer. Known as the Queen of Tejano music.
A famous German-American sculptress who is considered a pioneer in the Texan art field.
An artistic gymnast with Olympic records, the first African-American gymnast to win the World All-Around title, and the most decorated World Championship American gymnast.