Hear stories from the history-makers and glass-ceiling breakers of the past, present and future. From athletes and astronauts, to writers and revolutionaries, women’s stories matter now more than ever. Listen up. Hosted by MAKERS’ Amanda McCall.
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Making Herstory: Gloria Steinem & Little League's First Girl
In this episode: Gloria Steinem shares her wisdom (and her cell phone background), an 11 year-old girl makes sports history, and a pop quiz reveals just how much (or how little) New Yorkers know about women's history.
Making Heroes: The Superwomen Behind "Beauty and the Beast" & Marvel
In this episode: The screenwriter behind "Beauty and the Beast" fights to keep Belle out of the kitchen, a Muslim-American girl from Jersey becomes a superhero, and a 5-year-old boy worries about Wonder Woman.
Making #@&%*?!: Shonda Rhimes, Judy Blume, Jill Soloway & Uncensoring Women's Stories
In this episode: Shonda Rhimes' uncensored reading, Judy Blume's uncensored writing, and Jill Soloway uncensored.
Making Space For Women: Mae Jemison, Kathryn Sullivan & Feminist Plumbing
In this episode: Hear the remarkable story of NASA’s first African-American female astronaut, how Sally Ride learned to never let a guy back her bags, and a heroic female plumber conquers feminism’s final frontier.
Making Yourself Deaf: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sandra Cisneros & Marian Wright Edelman
In this episode: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sandra Cisneros & Marian Wright Edelman on ignoring the haters and never giving up.