These Women Made History in the Midterm Elections
From the first Muslim women in Congress to the youngest women ever elected, these are the notable names who broke barriers during the 2018 Midterm Elections
Rashida Tlaib, the Rebel
Rashida Tlaib turned her anger into political action— now she’s become the first Muslim woman ever elected to Congress
Ellen Malcolm, The Fundraiser
Before she started E.M.I.L.Y’s List, no one invested in female political candidates. So she gave all those doubters a run for their money
MAKERS Women in Politics Documentary
Meet the HistoryMAKERS on Capitol Hill
Tammy Baldwin: United States Senator, Wisconsin
United States Senator Tammy Baldwin initially realized what she could aspire to while watching Geraldine Ferraro accept the Democratic vice presidential nomination--a first for women. Since, Baldwin has been a trailblazer in her own own right as a woman and openly gay politician.
MAKERS: Women in Politics
WOMEN IN POLITICS profiles the long, slow fight for female political representation over the last century, from the first woman elected to Congress in 1916 to a young woman running for Detroit City Council in 2013. The program includes many trailblazing leaders, including the youngest Republican woman ever elected to the House of Representatives, the first African-American woman to serve in Congress, and the first Muslim-American woman elected to the Michigan House. Narrated by Alfre Woodard.