On This Day In Women's History: May 3rd
As Gloria Steinem said, "Women have always been an equal part of the past. We just haven't been a part of history."
MAKERS wants to fill in that gap little by little. We'll start with looking back one day at a time with Today In Women's History.
Learn who the first woman appointed director of the U.S. Mint by President Franklin Roosevelt was, which author won a Pulitzer Prize for her famous novel, when the first female prime minister of Israel took office, and who Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. called the "Mother of the Movement."