On February 28,1950 Mary Church Terrell filed a lawsuit in Washington, DC, after she was refused service in a "whites-only" restaurant, laying the groundwork for the eventual court order ruling all segregated restaurants in the nation's capital were unconstitutional. Since then, American history has been filled with women taking a stand... including writer, lecturer, and activist Rachel Cargle whose work is rooted in the intersection of race and womanhood.