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100

She performed at the 2004 Superbowl with Justin Timberlake and is Michael Jacksons sister. 

Janet Jackson

100

This actress is the youngest woman to win 2 Emmys for staring as the lead role in a TV show. She appears in Euphoria and Spiderman.

Zendaya

100

She is an American professional tennis player and also the most decorated tennis player.

Serena Williams

100

The first black women to serve as the first lady of the United States?

Michelle Obama

100

What month is Women's History month celebrated?

March

200

She is a British singer, one of her biggest songs is titled "Hello"

Adele
200

This actress played Katniss in the Hunger Games

Jennifer Lawrence

200

She was a gymnast on the US 2012 and 2016 Olympic teams. In the 2012 Olympics she won 2 gold medals!

Gabby Douglas

200

First female Vice President of the US of America.

Kamala Harris

200

What date is International Women's day?

March 8

300

An American singer who is commonly listened to around Christmas time and known for hitting whistle notes. She sings "All I want for Christmas"

Mariah Carey

300

A Disney Movie following a princess who joins the army disguised as a man!

Mulan

300

She is a former professional boxer and daughter of Muhammad Ali.

Laila Ali

300

Who escaped slavery and became a guide for other slaves to escape?

Harriet Tubman

300

In what year did American women win the right to vote?

1920

400

This singers' fans are commonly called "swifities"

Taylor Swift

400

This actress is known for starring as Harley Quinn.

Margot Robbie

400

She is a 22-year-old track-and-field star. She once attended the University of Kentucky, and she specializes in the 400-meter hurdles.

Sydney McLaughlin

400

The first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean?

Amelia Earhart

400

First US territory to grant women rights to vote

Wyoming

500

The most charting female singer in history. Known for her hit song titled "RESPECT."

Aretha Franklin

500

This actress holds the record for the most Oscar nominations.

Meryl Streep

500

In the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, she became the first American woman to win three gold medals in track and field during a single Olympic Games.

Wilma Rudolph

500

First female US Supreme Court Judge?

Sandra Day O'Connor

500

What year did Women's History Month start?

1909

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