Important Women in U.S History #4

Can you name these women who have left a mark in US history and may have opened doors for other women
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Last updated: January 10, 2018
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Former first lady, attorney and reform advocate, senator, Democratic presidential candidate in 2016...
Hillary Clinton
American artist known for painting enlarged flowers
Georgia O'Keeffe
Civil rights and social issues activist, who continued to fight for civil and gay rights after the death of her husband (who was a superstar in the civil rights movement)
Coretta Scott King
Actress ( Sophie's Choice, Mamma Mia!, The Iron Lady) nominated for record 20 Oscars (!!)
Meryl Streep
Native American who helped the settlers to survive (and was later made into a Disney character)
Pocahontas
R'n'B, jazz, gospel, soul and rock'n roll singer known for "At Last" and "I'd Rather Go Blind"
Etta James
Polish-American businesswoman who created a cosmetics empire that carries her name
Helena Rubinstein
Popstar, singer, songwriter, actress, businesswoman and the best selling female artist of all time
Madonna
Poet, novelist and a short-story writer who died young of her own hand. She was awarded a Pulitzer posthumously
Sylvia Plath
Second woman appointed to the Supreme Court of the United States of America
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Actress and singer known for her magnificent voice and for her leading role in "Wizard of Oz"
Judy Garland
Feminist, author of "The Beauty Myth" and one of the leading figures in 3rd wave of feminism
Naomi Wolf
Abolitionist, humanitarian and an escaped slave, nicknamed "Moses", who campaigned to abolish slavery and helped others to freedom through the Underground Railroad
Harriet Tubman
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