The Supremes were trendsetters who broke down racial, gender and societal barriers by gaining popularity with both black anbd white audiences during the 1960s and 70s. This multimedia presentation explores the social and cultural impact of the most successful female group in music history--the fascinating story of how three young black women rose from the Detroit housing projects and conquered the world--and why their accomplishments and legacy remain so potent today, 50 years after their meteoric rise to the top.