Episode 6: How to Break the Bronze Ceiling

 What it took to erect the Vietnam Women's Memorial, dedicated in 1993, will totally change how you see public monuments. (Photo: Jeff Kubina/ Flickr)

What it took to erect the Vietnam Women's Memorial, dedicated in 1993, will totally change how you see public monuments. (Photo: Jeff Kubina/ Flickr)

 

More than 90 percent of American public statues are dedicated to dudes - a monumental gender gap that persists around the globe. Today, Cristen and Caroline talk to Diane Carlson Evans about her hard-won campaign for the first National Mall memorial to women veterans and why breaking the bronze ceiling is a battle worth fighting.

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