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

  • Episode 6: Ida B. Wells

    Oct 18, 2018
    Journalist and activist Ida B. Wells is in some ways a forgotten figure, but she was unwavering in her mission: calling America out on racial injustice.
  • 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.