Women's History Month
March is Women's History Month. The federal courts honor Women's History Month by celebrating women's education and women's empowerment. Learn more about the federal judiciary and how women have shaped history and inspired other to succeed with theses resources.
Women Leaders in the Judiciary Encourage Young People Who Face Obstacles
The profiles of United States Court of Appeals Judge Ann C. Williams and U.S. District Court Judge Virginia M. Kendall, both of Chicago, are part of an ongoing, inspirational series called Pathways to the Bench.
Girls Who Stood Up for Themselves in Federal Courts
Courageous girls, including Mary Beth Tinker of Tinker v. Des Moines, have made history in the courts through their involvement in some of the following landmark Supreme Court decisions.
Linda Brown, of Brown v. Board of Education, took a stand that started a slow but sweeping change in America's public schools.