The following image surfaced in chat.

Six women, asking to be asked about their feminist agenda. From left to right, we see a white woman with brown hair, wearing a blue jacket and skirt; a white woman with long red hair, wearing an emerald dress; a Black woman, wearing a pale pink dress, her right hand thrust in the air, snapping her fingers; a white woman with long dark hair, wearing a black robe, holding a wand; a tanned white woman, wearing a blue, red, and gold "super hero outfit"; a white woman wearing long white robes

Chatters were quick to identify the three women on the right: Hermione Granger, Wonder Woman, Princess Leia Organa.
The two women on the left took a bit more time, but they were identified as agent Carter and Merida of Dunbroch.

The last woman was identified as Princess Tiana of Maldonia, from the Disney film The Princess and the Frog.

However, I think this is incorrect, as she is depicted in simple robes, without a tiara. Also, Princess Tiana is never shown in a pink dress in the film.

So who is she?

Also, is the identification of the woman on the left as Sharon Carter correct?

  • The given answer is obviously correct but Tiana does wear a pink dress, just before she kisses the frog in the bedroom. Commented Jan 24, 2017 at 10:03
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    Peggy = Sharon?
    – JDługosz
    Commented Jan 25, 2017 at 5:18
  • Wonder Woman is awesome, that is all. Commented Jan 25, 2017 at 17:26
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    Worth noting that Angelica Schuyler was a real person of Dutch decent, but this portrays the character from Hamilton and not the historical figure. Commented Jan 26, 2017 at 12:03

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Culturess.com (referencing the official reseller of T-Shirts and branded accessories from the picture's creator) identifies the models as follows;

That is why this “Feminist Agenda” print by Karen Hallion is the perfect gift for geeky feminist or even the young feminist in training. It features some of pop culture’s best role models: Peggy Carter from Agent Carter, Merida from Brave, Angelica Schuyler from Hamilton, Hermione Granger from Harry Potter, Wonder Woman, and Princess (now General) Leia from Star Wars. It is a powerful image of sisterhood and strength.

As you can see from the composite below, these are all people that Karen Hallion has drawn before.

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The bird sitting on the text appears to be in reference to the picture and story that Hallion cites as being the inspiration for her artwork;

"Inspired by Chelsea Cain and the Mockingbird".

Feminist Agenda by khallion via Instagram

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Chelsea Cain: Mockingbird writer receives support after cover backlash

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    – Null
    Commented Jan 24, 2017 at 16:11
  • @WhyBird.jpg - I've included some additional info about the bird (and the inspiration behind the art).
    – Valorum
    Commented Mar 30, 2019 at 17:39

Angelica Schuyler Church (Renée Elise Goldsberry)

Angelica Schuyler is a character from the Musical "Hamilton". She's portrayed by Renée Elise Goldsberry and wears a pink dress, as pictured below:

Angelica Shuyler is also quoted as saying:

"'We hold these truths to be self-evident
That all men are created equal'
And when I meet Thomas Jefferson
I'mma compel him to put women in the sequel"

Which reflects on her "feminist agenda"

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Another image (a cartoonisation of the one above), by the same artist can be found here

Not Sharon but Peggy Carter

I also believe the person on the far left is Peggy Carter (looks like Hayley Atwell's portrayal of her):

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    add this one, and IMO you're set ^_^
    – user24069
    Commented Jan 24, 2017 at 15:32
  • @reirab yep sorry
    – Edlothiad
    Commented Jan 24, 2017 at 20:43

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