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Jul 27, 2017

Katharine Graham was able to make an opportunity out of tragedy when she became the publisher of the Washington Post after the death of her husband. The Post soon became known as one of the premier newspapers in the world and under her guidance, brought down a presidency.

Presented by: Camelia Bakes...


Jul 20, 2017

During the Civil Rights Movement, there were several forms of protest used. Gwendolyn Brooks chose to use the form that she knew best: poetry. Learn about Brooks, the future academic, Pulitzer Prize winning poet raised on the south side of Chicago in this week's episode of She the People.

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Jul 13, 2017

Elizabeth Blackwell was originally admitted into medical school as a joke, but the joke was on them, as she soon became the first woman doctor in the United States with successful practices on two continents. 

Presented by: Camelia Bakes (cameliabakes.com)

Hosts: Heather Linder & Billy Puckett

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Jul 6, 2017

Alice Paul doesn't get the same amount of recognition as Susan B. Anthony or Elizabeth Cady Stanton, but it sure isn't because she didn't work as hard. From hunger strikes to organizing some of the original women's marches, she is one of the most influential women's rights activists in history. 

Presented by: Camelia...