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Aug 31, 2017

One of the most famous tennis courts in the world is Centre Court at Wimbledon, and it was built because of the overwhelming demand to see the sport's biggest star in the world: Suzanne Lenglen. In this She the People, we talk about the Parisian player who battled through a childhood riddled with sickness to become...


Aug 24, 2017

James Bond has nothing on Nancy Wake. This millionaire-turned-WWII spy took out so many Germans that the Nazi government's Gestapo, who named her the White Mouse, made her their most wanted person. We're excited to talk more about the most decorated woman of World War II in this week's She the People.

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Aug 17, 2017

Few people have been as influential and as under appreciated to blues and rock 'n roll music as Big Mama Thornton. Her powerful voice and raw performances influenced artists for decades and her songs went on to be some of the most recognizable in history. Tune in to this week's She the People and learn more about her...


Aug 3, 2017

Growing up, Mae Jemison always just assumed she would go to space one day. After all, the United States had just put people on the moon, so wouldn't everyone go eventually? She may not have guessed right about that, but she did end up in space, as the first African-American woman to become a NASA astronaut. Learn more...