MAKERS invites you to learn the stories of the incredible women who have shaken up the course of history and continue to inspire progress today.

From milestones on Capitol Hill to the small victories in daily life-or even on a tennis court-MAKERS places the last 50 years of women's history at your fingertips to watch and interact with.

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Miss America Protest & the March on 5th Avenue

In 1968, a radical group of "women's libbers" staged a theatrical protest at the Miss America patent in Atlantic City. Two years later, masses of women marched down Fifth Avenue in New York City and in cities all over the county in the name of women's equality.