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March 20

Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton has twice been named one of the 100 most influential attorneys in the United States by the National Law Journal and also became the first First Lady in U.S. history to be elected to the U.S. Senate. What official role did President Bill Clinton appoint her?


A: Head of the Task Force on National Health Care Reform

March 21

Equal Rights Amendment

The Equal Rights Amendment, first proposed in 1923, is still not part of the U.S. Constitution. Who wrote the ERA, passed by the Senate in March 1972?


A: Alice Paul

March 24

Molly Pitcher
Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley was “Molly Pitcher” who fought bravely at the Battle of Monmouth in the Revolutionary War. What heroic acts did she perform during the Battle of Monmouth, in June 1778?
A: She brought water to the men, tended to the wounded, and manned a gun.

March 25

Clara Barton
Clara Barton wasn't permitted to work with the International Red Cross because she was a woman. She is best known as being the founder of the American Red Cross. Who were the founders of the International Red Cross?

A: Dr. Louis Appia & Henry Dunant



March 26

Gloria Steinem
A 1960s American feminist icon, Gloria Steinem was a pioneer in the women's liberation movement. Which two magazines did she help found?
A: New York Magazine and Ms. Magazine

March 27

Sandra Day O'Connor

Sandra Day O'Connor is known for her keen mind, conservatism, and strict constructionist views. What "first" did Sandra Day O’Connor accomplish in the Arizona Senate?


A: She was the first woman in the United States to be elected majority leader of a state senate.

March 28

Eleanor Roosevelt

America's most influential First Lady blazed paths for women and led the battle for social justice everywhere. What was the title of the newspaper column she wrote?


A: "My Day"

March 31

Maya Lin

American architect and sculptor who is best known for her design of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. In 1981, at age 21 and while still an undergraduate, she won a public design competition for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. What significant memorial did Maya Lin design near the site of the Montgomery Bus Boycott?


A: The Civil Rights Memorial in Montgomery, AL

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