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A documentary about the woman suffragists Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony and their fight for the rights of women.

“We need to understand that there is no formula for how women should lead their lives. that is why we must respect the choices that each woman makes for herself and her family. Every woman deserves the chance to realize her God-given potential.” ― Hillary Rodham Clinton

Lucille Ball: 1. Was 40 when 'I Love Lucy' debuted in 1951. 2. First woman to own her own film studio (Desilu). 3. Lucy is in the National Women's Hall of Fame, which includes just one other TV star: Oprah Winfrey.

Dorothy Pitman Hughes raised money to get civil rights protestors out of jail, set up a campaign office for Jimmy Carter, started a summer jobs program for youths, started a day care in a time when it was hard to find one. Her work for women and children caught the attention of women's rights activist Gloria Steinem. The two toured the country and became great friends.

"I am an example of what is possible when girls from the very beginning of their lives are loved and nurtured by people around them. I was surrounded by extraordinary women in my life who taught me about quiet strength and dignity." ~ First Lady Michelle Obama

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Hillary Clinton. A woman of honor and integrity.

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The young and beautiful Marilyn Monroe (46 photos)

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It used to be that you had to make female TV characters perfect so no one would be offended by your 'portrayal' of women. Even when I started out on 'The Office' eight years ago, we could write our male characters funny and flawed, but not the women. And now, thankfully, it's completely different. -Mindy Kaling