Suffragette White

A limited edition of 100 pairs

LET’S CELEBRATE THE 100 YEARS OF WOMEN’S RIGHT TO VOTE. YES, IT WAS ONLY 100 YEARS AGO...

Each pair of Josefinas Suffragette White is unique, and you can name them after a legendary woman. This name will be engraved on the sole just for you. Wear them with pride!

1 Choose your style
Suffragette White Low Cut ballerina
Suffragette White High Rise ballerina
2 Name your shoes with a woman's name
Wu Zetian
0624

Was a Chinese sovereign who ruled unofficially as empress consort and empress... +

Wu Zetian
0624

Was a Chinese sovereign who ruled unofficially as empress consort and empress dowager and officially as empress regnant during the brief Zhou dynasty.

Joan of Arc
1412

As the patron saint of France, Joan of Arc inspired a French revolt against the... +

Joan of Arc
1412

As the patron saint of France, Joan of Arc inspired a French revolt against the English occupation. An unlikely hero, at the age of just 17, Joan successfully led the French to victory at Orleans.

Caroline Herschel
1750

Worked on the classification and calculation of astronomical objects; identified... +

Caroline Herschel
1750

Worked on the classification and calculation of astronomical objects; identified new comets and nebulae , along with the classification of the stars. She was the first woman honored by the Royal Astronomical Society.

Mary Wollstonecraft
1759

Wrote the most significant book of the early feminist movement. Her piece “A... +

Mary Wollstonecraft
1759

Wrote the most significant book of the early feminist movement. Her piece “A Vindication of the Rights of Women” laid down a clear moral and practical basis for extending human and political rights to women.

Mary Somerville
1780

Became best known for her popular scientific books. In 1827, Somerville was... +

Mary Somerville
1780

Became best known for her popular scientific books. In 1827, Somerville was encouraged to write an easy to understand explanation of scientific principles. She was the first women elected to the Royal Astronomical Society in 1835.

Lucretia Mott
1793

Was a 19th-century feminist activist, abolitionist, social reformer and pacifist... +

Lucretia Mott
1793

Was a 19th-century feminist activist, abolitionist, social reformer and pacifist who helped launch the women’s rights movement.

Sojourner Truth 
1797

African-American abolitionist and women’s rights campaigner. In 1851, she gave a... +

Sojourner Truth 
1797

African-American abolitionist and women’s rights campaigner. In 1851, she gave a famous extemporaneous speech “Ain’t I a woman?” which supported equal rights for blacks and women.

Mary Anning
1799

Was a palaeontologist who played an important role in understanding the... +

Mary Anning
1799

Was a palaeontologist who played an important role in understanding the prehistoric natural world. Her work was widely used by geologists, though as a woman, she was not accepted into the scientific community in her time.

Margaret Fuller
1810

Was a women’s rights advocate. Her book “Women in the Nineteenth Century” was... +

Margaret Fuller
1810

Was a women’s rights advocate. Her book “Women in the Nineteenth Century” was influential in changing perceptions about men and women, and was one of the most important feminist works. She argued for equality and women being more self-dependent.

Harriet Beecher Stowe
1811

A lifelong anti-slavery campaigner. Her novel “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” was a... +

Harriet Beecher Stowe
1811

A lifelong anti-slavery campaigner. Her novel “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” was a bestseller and helped to popularize the anti-slavery campaign. Abraham Lincoln later remarked that her books were a major factor behind the American civil war.

Ada Lovelace
1815

Was an English mathematician who developed an interest in maths and logic and... +

Ada Lovelace
1815

Was an English mathematician who developed an interest in maths and logic and worked with Charles Babbage writing one of the first computer algorithms – Work on the Analytical Engine.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton
1815

Was a social activist and leading figure in the early women’s rights movement.... +

Elizabeth Cady Stanton
1815

Was a social activist and leading figure in the early women’s rights movement. Stanton was president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association from 1890 until 1892.

Amelia Bloomer
1818

Was an American women's rights and temperance advocate. In her work with The... +

Amelia Bloomer
1818

Was an American women's rights and temperance advocate. In her work with The Lily, she became the first woman to own, operate and edit a newspaper for women.

Florence Nightingale
1820

Was a British nurse that was born in Italy, but who helped improve standards of... +

Florence Nightingale
1820

Was a British nurse that was born in Italy, but who helped improve standards of hospitals and nursing during the Crimean War.

Susan B. Anthony
1820

Was a women's rights activist, devoted her life to racial, gender, and... +

Susan B. Anthony
1820

Was a women's rights activist, devoted her life to racial, gender, and educational equality. She played a prominent role in the women's suffrage movement; the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote, is named in her honor.

Harriet Tubman
1822

Born into slavery, she escaped and subsequently organized some thirteen missions... +

Harriet Tubman
1822

Born into slavery, she escaped and subsequently organized some thirteen missions to rescue approximately seventy enslaved people. She was also an activist in the struggle for women's suffrage.

Victoria Woodhull
1838

Became the first female candidate for president nearly 50 years before women... +

Victoria Woodhull
1838

Became the first female candidate for president nearly 50 years before women earned the right to vote.

Rita Cetina Gutiérrez
1846

Was a Mexican teacher, poet and feminist who promoted secular education in Mérida... +

Rita Cetina Gutiérrez
1846

Was a Mexican teacher, poet and feminist who promoted secular education in Mérida, Yucatán. She was one of the first feminists and influenced the generation of young women who fueled the first wave of feminism in Mexico.

Annie Besant
1847

British campaigner for social justice, an advocate of women’s rights and later... +

Annie Besant
1847

British campaigner for social justice, an advocate of women’s rights and later member of the Theosophist society.

Emmeline Pankhurst
1858

Was a British political activist and helper of the British suffragette movement... +

Emmeline Pankhurst
1858

Was a British political activist and helper of the British suffragette movement who helped women win the right to vote. In 1999, TIME’s named Pankhurst one of the 100 Most Important People of the 20th Century.

Edith Wharton
1862

Was the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize. Wharton won the prize for her 1920... +

Edith Wharton
1862

Was the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize. Wharton won the prize for her 1920 novel “The Age of Innocence”. 

Adelaide Cabete
1867

Was known for being a pioneer in avidly defending women's rights. A woman of... +

Adelaide Cabete
1867

Was known for being a pioneer in avidly defending women's rights. A woman of Alentejo origin, she was a Republican, a doctor and a teacher.

Marie Curie
1867

Was a Polish physicist and chemist and the first person to win the Nobel Prize in... +

Marie Curie
1867

Was a Polish physicist and chemist and the first person to win the Nobel Prize in both Chemistry and Physics.

Emily Murphy
1868

Emily Murphy was the first woman magistrate in the British Empire. In 1927 she... +

Emily Murphy
1868

Emily Murphy was the first woman magistrate in the British Empire. In 1927 she joined forces with four other Canadian women who sought to challenge an old Canadian law that stated, “women should not be counted as persons”. This paved the way for women to enter Parliament and gain greater equality.

Helena Rubinstein
1870

Was an American businesswoman who created one of the world’s first cosmetic... +

Helena Rubinstein
1870

Was an American businesswoman who created one of the world’s first cosmetic companies. Her business enterprise proved immensely successful and, later in life, she used her enormous wealth to support charitable enterprises in the field of education, art and health.

Qiu Jin
1875

Was a wealthy Chinese wife, mother, poet and feminist who, tired of the severe... +

Qiu Jin
1875

Was a wealthy Chinese wife, mother, poet and feminist who, tired of the severe patriarchal restraints placed on her intellectual and political development, shocked Beijing society.

Carolina Beatriz Ângelo
1878

A Portuguese woman, who was an activist for women's rights. A doctor, she... +

Carolina Beatriz Ângelo
1878

A Portuguese woman, who was an activist for women's rights. A doctor, she created and ran the Feminist Propaganda Association. In May 1911, during the elections for the National Constituent Assembly, she became the first woman to vote. At that time, only the heads of households, widows and educated people were allowed to vote.

Lise Meitner
1878

Austrian-Swedish physicist who worked on radioactivity and nuclear physics. In... +

Lise Meitner
1878

Austrian-Swedish physicist who worked on radioactivity and nuclear physics. In 1939, Meitner and Otto Hahn successfully showed the nuclear fission of uranium and correctly predicted this would create an enormous release of energy.

Helen Keller
1880

At the age of 19 months, Helen became deaf and blind. Overcoming the frustration... +

Helen Keller
1880

At the age of 19 months, Helen became deaf and blind. Overcoming the frustration of losing both sight and hearing she campaigned tirelessly on behalf of deaf and blind people.

Marie Stopes
1880

 British author, palaeobotanist and campaigner for eugenics and women’s rights.... +

Marie Stopes
1880

 British author, palaeobotanist and campaigner for eugenics and women’s rights. Stopes played a major role in making contraception more widely available.

Virginia Woolf
1882

Was an English writer, considered one of the most important modernist 20th-... +

Virginia Woolf
1882

Was an English writer, considered one of the most important modernist 20th-century authors and a pioneer in the use of stream of consciousness as a narrative device.

Coco Chanel
1883

Was a fashion designer and founder of fashion label Chanel. Influential in the... +

Coco Chanel
1883

Was a fashion designer and founder of fashion label Chanel. Influential in the 1920s for setting new fashion trends which broke away from previous styles.

Eleanor Roosevelt
1884

Was an American political figure, diplomat and activist. She served as the First... +

Eleanor Roosevelt
1884

Was an American political figure, diplomat and activist. She served as the First Lady of the United States. Roosevelt also served as United States Delegate to the United Nations General Assembly. She was called “First Lady of the World" in tribute to her human rights achievements.

Inez Milholland
1886

Was a suffragist, labor lawyer, World War I correspondent, and public speaker who... +

Inez Milholland
1886

Was a suffragist, labor lawyer, World War I correspondent, and public speaker who greatly influenced the women's movement in America. She was a key participant in the 1913 Woman Suffrage Procession.

Clara Campoamor
1888

Was a Spanish politician and feminist best known for her advocacy for women'... +

Clara Campoamor
1888

Was a Spanish politician and feminist best known for her advocacy for women's rights and suffrage during the writing of the Spanish constitution of 1931.

Amelia Earhart
1897

Was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She was also... +

Amelia Earhart
1897

Was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She was also a member of the National Woman's Party and an early supporter of the Equal Rights Amendment.

Barbara McClintock 
1902

Her pioneering discoveries showed how chromosomes of maize affected its genetic... +

Barbara McClintock 
1902

Her pioneering discoveries showed how chromosomes of maize affected its genetic structure. McClintock also discovered transposons which is a part of DNA that can change its structure. For this work she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1983.

Joan Robinson
1903

One of the most influential female economists of the 20th century, Joan changed... +

Joan Robinson
1903

One of the most influential female economists of the 20th century, Joan changed our understanding of labor markets showing that by recognizing imperfections in markets, we can address hidden unemployment and low wages.

Margaret Bourke-White
1904

Was the first foreign photographer allowed to take pictures of the Soviet five-... +

Margaret Bourke-White
1904

Was the first foreign photographer allowed to take pictures of the Soviet five-year plan and the first American female war photojournalist.

Grace Hopper
1906

In 1934, Hopper earned her PhD in mathematics, becoming one of the very few women... +

Grace Hopper
1906

In 1934, Hopper earned her PhD in mathematics, becoming one of the very few women to hold such a degree. She help "develop a compiler that was a precursor to the widely used COBOL language" and  became a rear admiral in the U.S. Navy.

Frida Kahlo
1907

Was a Mexican artist whose striking, distinctive works combine an exploration of... +

Frida Kahlo
1907

Was a Mexican artist whose striking, distinctive works combine an exploration of gender, class and identity with symbols from the nation’s cultural history.

Lourdes Sá Teixeira 
1907

She was the first Portuguese aviator, at only 21 years of age. Maria de Lourdes... +

Lourdes Sá Teixeira 
1907

She was the first Portuguese aviator, at only 21 years of age. Maria de Lourdes Sá Teixeira had to overcome the resistance of her own family and of society at the time, in order to be admitted as a civilian student at the Military Aviation School in 1925.

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva
1908

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva was a Portuguese abstractionist painter. She was the... +

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva
1908

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva was a Portuguese abstractionist painter. She was the first woman to receive the French Government's Grand Prix Nationale des Arts in 1966.

Simone de Beauvoir
1908

Was a French writer, intellectual, existentialist philosopher, political activist... +

Simone de Beauvoir
1908

Was a French writer, intellectual, existentialist philosopher, political activist, feminist and social theorist. Though she did not consider herself a philosopher, she had a significant influence on both feminist existentialism and feminist theory.

Chien-Shiung Wu
1912

Was a Chinese-American experimental physicist who worked on the Manhattan... +

Chien-Shiung Wu
1912

Was a Chinese-American experimental physicist who worked on the Manhattan Projects and was involved in splitting uranium through gaseous diffusion. She was awarded the inaugural Wolf Prize in Physics in 1978.

Carmen Amaya 
1913

 Was a gypsy dancer who was to become one of the most outstanding “bailaoras” (... +

Carmen Amaya 
1913

 Was a gypsy dancer who was to become one of the most outstanding “bailaoras” (female flamenco dancers) of the 20th century; she was also one of the most imitated.

Rosa Parks 
1913

In 1955, Rosa Parks, an African American living in Montgomery, Alabama,... +

Rosa Parks 
1913

In 1955, Rosa Parks, an African American living in Montgomery, Alabama, challenged the race segregation that existed in parts of the US by refusing to give up her seat on a bus so that a white person could sit down. 

Gwendolyn Brooks
1917

 Won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry on May 1, 1950, for “Annie Allen”, making her... +

Gwendolyn Brooks
1917

 Won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry on May 1, 1950, for “Annie Allen”, making her the first African American to receive the Pulitzer.

Indira Gandhi
1917

Was the first female and only female Prime Minister of India. She was in power... +

Indira Gandhi
1917

Was the first female and only female Prime Minister of India. She was in power between 1966-77 and 1980-84. She was assassinated in 1984 by her bodyguards.

Katharine Graham 
1917

Was the first female publisher of a major American newspaper after she took the... +

Katharine Graham 
1917

Was the first female publisher of a major American newspaper after she took the helm of the Washington Post Company in 1963. She oversaw the publication of the Pentagon Papers and coverage of the Watergate scandal that toppled President Nixon.

Gertrude B. Elion
1918

Was an American biochemist and pharmacologist who helped discover important drugs... +

Gertrude B. Elion
1918

Was an American biochemist and pharmacologist who helped discover important drugs, such as the one used in the treatment of AIDS. In 1988 she was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for ”important new principles of drug treatment”.

Katherine Johnson
1918

Ever considered how much math goes into space flight? Johnson, one of NASA’s... +

Katherine Johnson
1918

Ever considered how much math goes into space flight? Johnson, one of NASA’s brightest “computers” intricately calculated the trajectory of the 1969 Apollo 11 mission to the moon.

Amália Rodrigues
1920

She became one of the most important figures during the genre's revival in... +

Amália Rodrigues
1920

She became one of the most important figures during the genre's revival in the 20th century and was a leading female fadista during her 50-year recording and stage career.

Bella Abzug
1920

Became involved in the antinuclear and peace movements. In the 1960s, she helped... +

Bella Abzug
1920

Became involved in the antinuclear and peace movements. In the 1960s, she helped organize the Women Strike for Peace and the National Women’s Political Caucus.

Rosalind Franklin
1920

Was an English chemist and X-ray crystallographer who made contributions to the... +

Rosalind Franklin
1920

Was an English chemist and X-ray crystallographer who made contributions to the understanding of the molecular structures of DNA. Her contributions to the discovery of the structure of DNA were largely recognized posthumously.

Betty Friedan
1921

Was a leading feminist figure of the 1960s, who campaigned for an extension of... +

Betty Friedan
1921

Was a leading feminist figure of the 1960s, who campaigned for an extension of female rights and an end to sexual discrimination. Her book “The Feminine Mystique” became a best seller and received both lavish praise and intense criticism.

Maya Angelou
1928

Through her literature, public speaking and powerful writing, she inspired both... +

Maya Angelou
1928

Through her literature, public speaking and powerful writing, she inspired both women and African Americans to overcome gender and race discrimination. In 2011, Angelou was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her work.

Anne Frank
1929

Was a young Jewish girl who was killed in a concentration camp in 1945. Her... +

Anne Frank
1929

Was a young Jewish girl who was killed in a concentration camp in 1945. Her writing has helped historians (and readers) better understand that time.

Audrey Hepburn
1929

Was an actress that was voted the greatest female screen legend of all time.... +

Audrey Hepburn
1929

Was an actress that was voted the greatest female screen legend of all time. Audrey Hepburn was also a fashion icon and humanitarian who worked for UNICEF.

Maria de Lourdes Pintasilgo 
1930

She was the first (and still the only) female Prime Minister of Portugal between... +

Maria de Lourdes Pintasilgo 
1930

She was the first (and still the only) female Prime Minister of Portugal between June 1979 and 1980. In Europe, she was the third woman to assume such a position. She had a degree in Industrial Chemical Engineering, a course that, at the time, only had three female students.

Toni Morrison
1931

Was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1993 for her body of work. She was... +

Toni Morrison
1931

Was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1993 for her body of work. She was the first African-American author to win that prestigious honor.

Miriam Makeba
1932

“Mama Africa” was a South African singer and actress. She was also a United... +

Miriam Makeba
1932

“Mama Africa” was a South African singer and actress. She was also a United Nations goodwill ambassador and civil rights activist, a powerful voice against segregation in Africa.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg
1933

Co-founded the Women's Rights Law Reporter in 1970, the first U.S. law... +

Ruth Bader Ginsburg
1933

Co-founded the Women's Rights Law Reporter in 1970, the first U.S. law journal to focus exclusively on women's rights. In 1993, Bader Ginsburg became the second female Supreme Court justice ever, a position she still holds today and uses to advocate for women's rights.

Yoko Ono
1933

Most known for her peaceful protests with John Lennon, Ono has also been a voice... +

Yoko Ono
1933

Most known for her peaceful protests with John Lennon, Ono has also been a voice for gender equality throughout the years. Her 1972 essay, "The Feminization of Society" helped mark the female revolution of the 1970s.

Gloria Steinem
1934

A social activist, writer, editor, and lecturer, Gloria Steinem has been an... +

Gloria Steinem
1934

A social activist, writer, editor, and lecturer, Gloria Steinem has been an outspoken champion of women's rights since the late 1960s.

Margaret Hamilton
1936

Hamilton took humanity to the moon. In 1969, the Apollo 11 landed safely on the... +

Margaret Hamilton
1936

Hamilton took humanity to the moon. In 1969, the Apollo 11 landed safely on the moon because of the on-board flight software that Margaret wrote.

Madeleine Albright
1937

She became the first female Secretary of State in 1996 under President Clinton,... +

Madeleine Albright
1937

She became the first female Secretary of State in 1996 under President Clinton, representing the United States in foreign affairs.

Valentina Tereshkova
1937

Tereshkova became the first woman to travel into space aboard Vostok 6 in 1963.... +

Valentina Tereshkova
1937

Tereshkova became the first woman to travel into space aboard Vostok 6 in 1963. She orbited the earth 48 times in under three days.

Janet Guthrie
1938

The first woman to drive in the Indy 500, Guthrie was an aerospace engineer. She... +

Janet Guthrie
1938

The first woman to drive in the Indy 500, Guthrie was an aerospace engineer. She turned to car racing instead and became the first woman to qualify for the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500.

Germaine Greer
1939

An Australian feminist icon of the 1960s and 1970s, Germaine Greer enjoys raising... +

Germaine Greer
1939

An Australian feminist icon of the 1960s and 1970s, Germaine Greer enjoys raising contentious issues. In particular, her book “The Female Eunuch” was a defining manifesto for the feminist movement, which proved influential in the 1960s.

Junko Tabei
1939

Was the first woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest, and the first woman to... +

Junko Tabei
1939

Was the first woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest, and the first woman to ascend all Seven Summits by climbing the highest peak on every continent.

Wangari Maathai
1940

Was a Kenyan environmental activist who founded the Green Belt Movement which... +

Wangari Maathai
1940

Was a Kenyan environmental activist who founded the Green Belt Movement which campaigned for the planting of trees, environmental conversation and women’s rights.

Rosie The Riveter
1941

Is a cultural icon of World War II, representing the women who worked in... +

Rosie The Riveter
1941

Is a cultural icon of World War II, representing the women who worked in factories and shipyards during that time. Today, Rosie the Riveter is a symbol of American feminism and women's economic power.

Anita Roddick
1942

Was a British businesswoman and environmentalist. She founded The Body Shop, a... +

Anita Roddick
1942

Was a British businesswoman and environmentalist. She founded The Body Shop, a cosmetic firm based on ethical principles.

Betty Williams
1943

Together with Mairead Corrigan, Betty Williams campaigned to bring an end to the... +

Betty Williams
1943

Together with Mairead Corrigan, Betty Williams campaigned to bring an end to the sectarian violence in Northern Ireland. They founded the Community for Peace and were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1977.

Billie Jean King
1943

Was a tennis player and advocate for equality between men and women. King won 39... +

Billie Jean King
1943

Was a tennis player and advocate for equality between men and women. King won 39 Grand Slam titles. In 1973, at age 29, she won the "Battle of the Sexes", a tennis match against 55year-old Bobby Riggs.

Angela Davis
1944

Is a political activist and a key leader in the Black Power movement, who has... +

Angela Davis
1944

Is a political activist and a key leader in the Black Power movement, who has relentlessly fought to champion the progress of women's rights for over six decades.

Aung San Suu Kyi
1945

A Burmese democrat, Aung San Suu Kyi is the state counselor of Myanmar and winner... +

Aung San Suu Kyi
1945

A Burmese democrat, Aung San Suu Kyi is the state counselor of Myanmar and winner of the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize.

Hilary Clinton
1947

US politician who became the first woman to run for the office of US president... +

Hilary Clinton
1947

US politician who became the first woman to run for the office of US president for a major political party (Democrats). Also served as Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013.

Shirin Ebadi
1947

Was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her work in promoting human and women’s... +

Shirin Ebadi
1947

Was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her work in promoting human and women’s rights in her native Iran. Ebadi was one of the founders of the Nobel Women’s initiatives supporting women’s rights around the world.

Meryl Streep
1949

Often described as the "best actress of her generation". Nominated for... +

Meryl Streep
1949

Often described as the "best actress of her generation". Nominated for a record 21 Academy Awards, she has won three. Streep has received 31 Golden Globe nominations, winning eight.

Kathryn Bigelow
1951

Bigelow became the first woman to win the Academy Award for Best Director for her... +

Kathryn Bigelow
1951

Bigelow became the first woman to win the Academy Award for Best Director for her film “The Hurt Locker”, which also won Best Picture in 2009, making it the first film by a female director to win that honor.

Amy Tan
1952

Author of the book “The Joy Luck Club”, which “explored the relationship between... +

Amy Tan
1952

Author of the book “The Joy Luck Club”, which “explored the relationship between Chinese women and their Chinese-American daughters.” It was one of the longest-running New York Times best-sellers in 1989.

Bell Hooks
1952

Gloria Jean Watkins is an American author known for her social activism that was... +

Bell Hooks
1952

Gloria Jean Watkins is an American author known for her social activism that was often mirrored through her writing of oppression, women's rights and race: "Feminism is a movement to end sexism, sexist exploitation and oppression."

Benazir Bhutto
1953

Was the first female prime minister of a Muslim country. She helped move Pakistan... +

Benazir Bhutto
1953

Was the first female prime minister of a Muslim country. She helped move Pakistan from a dictatorship to democracy, becoming Prime Minister in 1988. She sought to implement social reforms, in particular helping women and the poor. She was assassinated in 2007.

Oprah Winfrey
1954

Winfrey started out as a Nashville reporter in the 1970s before she was offered... +

Oprah Winfrey
1954

Winfrey started out as a Nashville reporter in the 1970s before she was offered her own 30-minute talk show on a Chicago station. The Oprah Winfrey Show went national in 1986. She became the first female African American billionaire in 2003.

Martina Navratilova
1956

18 grand slam titles, 31 major doubles titles, 177 titles in total. Navratilova... +

Martina Navratilova
1956

18 grand slam titles, 31 major doubles titles, 177 titles in total. Navratilova is the most successful tennis player of the open era.

Rigoberto Menchu
1959

Is an activist for the rights of indigenous Guatemalans. She was active during... +

Rigoberto Menchu
1959

Is an activist for the rights of indigenous Guatemalans. She was active during the Guatemalan Civil War (1960-1996) and after. She was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1992. She also serves as a UNESCO goodwill ambassador.

J. K. Rowling
1965

Is a British novelist, philanthropist, film producer, television producer and... +

J. K. Rowling
1965

Is a British novelist, philanthropist, film producer, television producer and screenwriter, best known for writing the Harry Potter fantasy series that sold more than 500 million copies, becoming the best-selling book series in history.

Ava DuVernay
1972

The first female African American director to earn a Golden Globe nomination, and... +

Ava DuVernay
1972

The first female African American director to earn a Golden Globe nomination, and have a film nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture, both for "Selma".

Tegla Loroupe
1973

Is a Kenyan athlete who held the women’s marathon world record. She is devoted to... +

Tegla Loroupe
1973

Is a Kenyan athlete who held the women’s marathon world record. She is devoted to various initiatives that promote peace, education and women’s rights. Her Peace Race and Peace Foundation have been widely praised for helping to end tribal conflict.

Yoani Sánchez
1975

Yoani María Sánchez Cordero gained international recognition for her depiction of... +

Yoani Sánchez
1975

Yoani María Sánchez Cordero gained international recognition for her depiction of Cuban life under its present government - observed with a critical eye. Listed as one of TIME's 100 most influential people in 2008.

Ilhan Omar
1981

The first Somali American elected to legislative office in the United States. She... +

Ilhan Omar
1981

The first Somali American elected to legislative office in the United States. She was one of the first two Muslim women elected to Congress and the first woman of color to serve as a U.S. representative from Minnesota.

Meghan Markle
1981

Has addressed issues of gender inequality, and her lifestyle website “The Tig”... +

Meghan Markle
1981

Has addressed issues of gender inequality, and her lifestyle website “The Tig” featured a column profiling influential women.

Serena Williams
1981

Is an American tennis player. Williams has won 19 singles grand slam titles,... +

Serena Williams
1981

Is an American tennis player. Williams has won 19 singles grand slam titles, making her the most successful female player of her generation.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
1989

Has broken titles by becoming the youngest woman ever elected to Congress at 29... +

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
1989

Has broken titles by becoming the youngest woman ever elected to Congress at 29 years of age.

Emma Watson
1990

One of the generation's newest voices of feminism, she captured everyone... +

Emma Watson
1990

One of the generation's newest voices of feminism, she captured everyone's attention with her moving speech in front of the United Nations that launched a new initiative for gender equality.

Malala Yousafzai
1997

Yousafzai survived a gunshot wound to the face by the Taliban, and has since... +

Malala Yousafzai
1997

Yousafzai survived a gunshot wound to the face by the Taliban, and has since become a spokesperson for human rights, education, and women’s rights. In 2014, she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

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