Haben Girma: To Harvard and Beyond
Be inspired by the indomitable spirit and intellect of Haben Girma, who graduated from Harvard Law while living with deaf-blindness.
The Woman Who Did the Moon Math
Find out about Katherine Johnson, one of the mathematicians whose calculations got us to the moon and back.
Discovering You: Shaesta Waiz
By engineering fuel tanks to fly further, Shaesta became the youngest woman to fly solo around the world in a single-engine airplane.
Dorothy Vaughan: Pathbreaking Mathematician
Check out this video and article on Dorothy Vaughan, the supervisor of a group of boundary-breaking African American women whose calculations got astronauts into space.
Sally Ride, American Astronaut
Learn about Sally Ride and her incredible journey to become the first American woman astronaut to fly in space.
Who Was Sacagawea?
Listen to this audiobook to learn about an amazing teenager who made some of the exploration of North America possible.
Augusta Savage: Harlem Renaissance Artist
Delve into the extraordinary life, achievements, and art of sculptor and gallerist Augusta Savage, who was a key part of the Harlem Renaissance.
Women Solving Wonders
Watch this video to learn about the women who made space travel possible. What were the calculations that helped America advance in the space race?
Inspiring Stories About Pathbreaking Women
Listen to these absorbing, 20-minute tales of remarkable women who have shaped our world.
Historic Election Firsts
Learn more about the diverse group of leaders breaking barriers with their 2020 election wins.
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