One hundred years ago, this country adopted the Nineteenth Amendment—the biggest expansion of voting rights in US history. Happening after decades of struggle and activism, it was a moment that revolutionized women's roles in our democracy. Bold Women. Change History. features scholars, authors, and history-makers who illuminate the rich history of voting rights, the inspirational contributions of women in Colorado and the nation, and the amazing innovations that happen when we knock down barriers and prohibit discrimination.In nearly thirty years as an award-winning journalist, Maria Hinojosa has reported for PBS, CBS, WNBC, CNN, and NPR while also anchoring the Emmy Award–winning talk show “Maria Hinojosa: One-on-One.”She is the author of three books and has won dozens of awards. The first Latina in many newsrooms, Hinojosa was also among the first to report on youth violence in urban communities on a national scale. During her eight years as CNN’s urban affairs correspondent, she took viewers into communities rarely shown on television. At Futuro Media, she continues to bring attention to experiences and points ofview that are often overlooked or underreported—all while mentoring the next generation of diverse journalists to delve into authentic and nuanced stories that impact their communities. In 2019, she was named the inaugural Distinguished Journalist in Residence at her Alma Mater, Barnard College.Tickets now on sale! $25. Members $15. Students $5.