Featuring Brand New Interviews
Barbra Streisand, Hillary Clinton, Shirley MacLaine, Nancy Pelosi, Lily Tomlin, Maxine Waters, Marlo Thomas, Phil Donahue, Gloria Steinem, Charles Rangel, Renée Taylor & David Dinkins

In 1970, when the United States was ruled almost exclusively by men, Bella Abzug challenged the status quo, becoming the first Feminist in Congress. With her iconic hats and Bronx swagger, she furthered the rights of women, the LGBT community and the working class. She became a foe of Nixon, a friend to Streisand, and tore down the door that would eventually usher in a wave of women into leadership.