VideoDoctors Thought She Had “Brain Damage,” But Her Autistic Mind Revolutionized the Cattle Industry | Bold & Untold by MAKERS
With her autistic mind, animal scientist Temple Grandin saw what no one else could and developed more humane ways to treat cattle.
VideoConstruction was clogged with sexism—until she fought for more women in the pipeline | Bold & Untold by MAKERS
After being denied entry into her local union, tradeswoman activist Judaline Cassidy now gives women and girls the tools they need to succeed in construction.
VideoThis Woman Stopped Radical Mastectomies From Being the Standard Breast Cancer Treatment in America | Bold & Untold by MAKERS
When Dr. Susan Love suggested lumpectomies and less invasive surgery for breast cancer patients, many male colleagues refused to listen. So she started the first American facility to specialize in breast disease and ended the use of radical mastectomies as the standard of care for breast cancer in America.
VideoShe Invented the Tiny Tech That Allows You to Watch Videos on Your Phone | Bold & Untold by MAKERS
She created a new field of technology that is microscopic in size, but huge in impact. How Millie Dresselhaus became a larger-than-life STEM legend.
Kimberly Bryant started Black Girls Code to make sure young girls of color, including her daughter, aren’t left behind.
VideoLittle League Said Girls Were Too “Weak” to Play Baseball. This Girl Fought Back | Bold & Untold by MAKERS
Little League argued girls had “weaker bones and muscles” so shouldn’t be allowed to play baseball. Maria Pepe showed them what it’s really means to throw like a girl.
VideoShe Broke Through the Glass Ceiling (and the Stratosphere) as the First Woman of Color in Space. Ever. | Bold & Untold by MAKERS
How Mae Jemison became the first African-American woman to go to space and inspired future generations to reach for the stars too.