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Not Done: Women Remaking America

Chart the last five years of the women’s movement and its re-energized, intersectional fight for equality. Activists, journalists, entertainers, athletes, and politicians report from the frontlines of the feminist tidal wave.

Not Done: Women Remaking America

54m 37s

Chart the last five years of the women’s movement and its re-energized, intersectional fight for equality. Activists, journalists, entertainers, athletes, and politicians report from the frontlines of the feminist tidal wave.

Episodes

  • Not Done: Women Remaking America: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Not Done: Women Remaking America

    54m 37s

    Chart the last five years of the women’s movement and its re-energized, intersectional fight for equality. Activists, journalists, entertainers, athletes, and politicians report from the frontlines of the feminist tidal wave.

Extras + Features

  • Xerox CEO Ursula Burns: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Xerox CEO Ursula Burns

    S2 E5 - 3m 44s

    Ursula Burns became the first African American woman to head a Fortune 500 company.

  • Makers: Women in Business: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Makers: Women in Business

    S2 E5 - 30s

    Hear about the exceptional women — past and present — who have taken the world of business by storm. Told by female business leaders themselves, this is a candid exploration of what it takes to make it and a celebration of the extraordinary individuals who, over the course of 50 years, have proven that a woman’s place is wherever she believes it to be.

  • MAKERS Women in War Valerie Plame: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    MAKERS Women in War Valerie Plame

    S2 E4 - 3m 56s

    Women in War looks at American women’s increasing participation in war—from Vietnam to the present—as nurses, soldiers, journalists, diplomats and spies

  • MAKERS Women in War: Combat: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    MAKERS Women in War: Combat

    S2 E4 - 2m 16s

    Makers: Women in War looks at American women’s increasing participation in war—from Vietnam to the present—as nurses, soldiers, journalists, diplomats and spies

  • Angela Salinas, Retired Major General, U.S. Marine Corps: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Angela Salinas, Retired Major General, U.S. Marine Corps

    S2 E4 - 4m 33s

    The child of Mexican immigrants, Angela Salinas was the first in her family to graduate from college. After college, she became the first Hispanic woman to become a U.S. Marine Corps general officer. Upon her retirement in 2013, she was the highest ranking female officer in the Marines.

  • Retired U.S. Army Brigadier General Pat Foote: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Retired U.S. Army Brigadier General Pat Foote

    S2 E4 - 3m 40s

    Pat Foote joined the Women's Army Corps in 1959, served in Vietnam, and eventually became one of only four female Armed Forces generals in 1986. Over the course of her career, Foote commanded at the company, battalion, brigade, and major installation levels, and advocated for the recruitment of women following the end of the draft in the 1970s.

  • Makers Women in War Preview: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Makers Women in War Preview

    S2 E4 - 30s

    Track American women’s increasing participation in war — from Vietnam to the present — as nurses, soldiers, journalists, diplomats and spies.

Schedule

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