First Women to the South Pole.
1990: The first female expedition to Antarctica, at the South Pole, composed of twelve Russians, three Americans and one Japanese. Paseo 70 days and 1287 kilometers skiing.
Whitechapel Gallery x Rachel Whiteread From the series First Women by Anita Corbin.
1993: The British Rachel Witheread wins two important prizes in the world of art of sculpture. First win £ 20,000 Turner Prize as the best artist of modern art in Britain. £ 40,000 prize awarded by the K Foundation art award, considering the worst artist of the year after winning!
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter hosts an honor cordon for Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf at the Pentagon Feb. 27, 2015. (DoD photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Sean Hurt/Released)
2005: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was elected president of Liberia (Earth free slavery) and became the first African woman to enter the top leadership of a country in Africa.