The second part takes place in the 1970s ("Changing the World"), and covers the sexual revolution and abortion debate.
The third and last part of the film ("Charting a New Course") ends in the 1980s and 1990s, and discusses issues facing women in the workforce, violence against women, the Clarence Thomas Supreme Court nomination and sexual harassment.
Marlo Thomas explained she was sick of TV shows with the typical family set up; a working father, a mother as a housewife, and two children at home.
In 1967, Switzer was a college student at Syracuse University.
College student Kathrine Switzer runs the Boston Marathon as a registered competitor and challenges the ban on women.
Some relationship experts counsel never dating while separated but not divorced.
Makers: Women Who Make America is a 2013 documentary film about the struggle for women's equality in the United States during the last five decades of the 20th century.
The film was narrated by Meryl Streep and distributed by the Public Broadcasting Service as a three-part, three-hour television documentary in February 2013.
She wanted to run but her school did not have a track team where women could compete.
The men's coach spoke glowingly about the Boston Marathon, inspiring Switzer to compete in the event. Women were discouraged from long distance running with concerns that running might damage their reproductive organs."Before this wave of feminism came along, the majority of people probably thought that male and female roles were due to biology or nature, or God or Freud, or something that you couldn't change.