Category: News and Updates

EPISODE 12 – The Princess of the Press, Ida B. Wells

idabwellsThis episode of Remember the Ladies explores the accomplished life of Ida B. Well. Known mostly for her work as a journalist and as an anti-lynching activist, Wells was also a teacher, suffragist, and one of the founders of the NAACP!

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Episode 8 – Dr. Blackwell is POSTED!

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In 1849, Elizabeth Blackwell became the first woman to earn a medical degree! This episode explores her life, career, and influence on the world today!

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Upcoming Episode – Nellie Bly!

This Saturday we will be exploring the life and times of Nellie Bly (1864-1922), along side our guest Stephanie Mech. Among her many incredible feats, Bly spent ten days in an insane asylum as an undercover reporter. The below quote is from her own pen in reference to that bold endeavor.

“Could I pass a week in the insane ward at Blackwell’s Island? I said I could and I would. And I did.”
-Nellie Bly

Our Podcast is on iTunes!

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Our podcast is now searchable on iTunes!

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Saturday the 8th – First episode!

We are both very excited to post that we will be recording our first episode on Saturday afternoon!

Episode One we will introduce our podcast and share the life and legacy of the woman we owe our title to: Abigail Adams.

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