Women have had the vote for nearly a century. Yet, power remains concentrated in the hands of men. Will 2018 change that?

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  • Women in the Senate

    Oct 11, 2018
    In all of U.S. history, only 52 senators have been women. Listen as they share their stories and offer tips for future leaders.
  • Episode 5: The Original Nasty Woman

    Oct 10, 2018
    Jeannette Rankin had a belief: That having women in elected office is essential to the health of our democracy. But how important is it?
  • Episode 3: The Pedestal

    Sep 25, 2018
    In Tennessee, the women's suffrage movement collided head on with an effort to preserve white supremacy.
  • Episode 2: We've Been Here Before

    Sep 18, 2018
    This episode is about “The Year of the Woman” – but not 2018. Barbara Mikulski and three female senators elected in 1992 look back at the start of the modern era of women in politics.
  • Episode 1: The Dream Was Not Mine

    Sep 17, 2018
    Jennifer Willoughby and Saily Avelenda each woke up one day wanting to make a change. They ended up toppling two political giants. Plus: why the 2018 midterms could make history.
  • Help Us Monitor How Voters Are Targeted Online

    Jun 29, 2018
    With the midterms in full swing, WNYC is partnering with ProPublica to collect political ads in your Facebook newsfeed, add them to a public database and analyze how they're used.