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 Women's History Month 2024

March is Women's History Month. Celebrate Women's History Month by learning more about the vital role of women in American history.

Premieres sunday march 17

Nolly | Official Preview

Helena Bonham Carter stars as actress and television presenter Noele ‘Nolly’ Gordon, the first woman to ever appear on color television and one of the most famous faces on British TV in the 1960s and 1970s.

American Experience

The Sun Queen

Unsung scientist Mária Telkes dedicated her career to harnessing the power of the sun.

Local, USA

Girl Talk: A Local, USA Special

In the cutthroat world of high school debate, five girls show the value of speaking up.

Independent Lens

Storming Caesars Palace

How Vegas activist Ruby Duncan's grassroots movement of moms fought for guaranteed income.

Independent Lens

Hidden Letters

Modern women in China keep alive the tradition of Nüshu, a secret written language.

Next at the Kennedy Center

A Joni Mitchell Songbook

The timeless work of Joni Mitchell is celebrated with an all-star lineup.

 From PBS Utah

Utah History

Martha Hughes Cannon

She was a physician, the first female senator in the United States, and a sister wife.

Utah History

Makers: Voices of Utah Women

Makers: Voices of Utah Women tells the story of the women's movement in Utah.

This Is Utah

Female Firsts

Meet female pioneers Caroline Gleich, Martha Hughes Cannon & Alyssha Dairsow of Curly Me!

PBS Utah POdcast

More Than Half

Hosted by Andrea Smardon, this podcast uncovers serious challenges facing Utah women and why it takes all of us, regardless of gender, to overcome them. We talk to women and their allies as they share their stories on topics such as work-life balance, motherhood, and how to lead in a state that’s been deemed the worst for women’s equality three years in a row.

 More From PBS

American Experience

Part 1 | The Vote | American Experience

The fiery campaign that led to passage of the 19th Amendment, granting women the vote.

American Masters


Explore the world of a literary icon whose fiction was unlike anything published before.

America ReFramed

Fannie Lou Hamer's America

The remarkable life of a fearless Mississippi sharecropper-turned-human-rights-activist.



A Thousand Cuts

"A Thousand Cuts" goes inside the war between the Philippine government and the press.


For Sama

An intimate yet epic journey into one young mother’s experience of the Syrian conflict.

Amanpour and Company

“Writing With Fire:” Journalists on the Front Lines in India

Rintu Thomas and Sushmit Ghosh join the show.