Related: In 1917, became the first woman elected to the U.S. Congress, representing her state of Montana. As the sole woman in Congress, she pushed for legislation to protect children’s and women’s rights, and introduced a bill that later became the 19th Amendment, which secured women the right to vote nationwide in 1920.
Now, 100 years later, more than ever before, with women filling 134 of the 535 Congressional seats. This includes Sarah McBride, who is the first transgender senator.
The U.S. even elected its first female Vice President, Kamala Harris, who is also the to serve as Vice President of the U.S.***As we embark on Women’s History Month 2021, it’s easy to feel inspired by how far women have come.Read more on success.com