More than 90 percent of American public statues are of dudes, and that monumental gender gap persists around the globe. Today, Cristen and Caroline talk to Diane Carlson Evans, a veteran who spent 10 years fighting for the first memorial to military women on the National Mall. She tells us what it takes to break the bronze ceiling and why the fight still matters.

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