Hillary Clinton's History of Talking About Glass Ceilings

She says she hopes to break the "highest, hardest" one.

On Nov. 8, an even higher glass ceiling may be broken: the first woman elected as President of the United States.

Now her team is teeing up another symbolic entrance, having arranged her Election Night party at New York City's Javits Center, a convention center made largely of glass.

Though Clinton may seem to be emphasizing the idea more while campaigning, she has been a women's rights and gender equality advocate for decades.

One of her more memorable quotes was as First Lady in a 1995 speech to the United Nation's Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing.