Loud Women in History

Everyone’s favorite segment of the podcast; we highlight the courageous, bold, talented and loud women in history.
Zitkala-Sa

Zitkala-Sa

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Octavia Estelle Butler

Octavia Estelle Butler

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Belva Ann Bennett Lockwood

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Mary McLeod Bethune

Mary McLeod Bethune

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Ruby Dee

Ruby Dee

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Sima Wali

Sima Wali

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Phoebe Apperson Hearst

Phoebe Apperson Hearst

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Mamie Phipps Clark

Mamie Phipps Clark

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Margaret H. Sanger

Margaret Sanger

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Jane Elliott

Jane Elliott

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Maria Montessori

Maria Montessori

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Christine Jorgensen

Christine Jorgensen

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Astronaut Sally Ride

Sally Ride

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Helen Keller and teacher Anne Sullivan

Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan

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Ida Laura Pfeiffer

Ida Laura Pfeiffer

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Tsuruko Haraguchi photos

Tsuruko Haraguchi

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Leta Stetter photographs

Leta Stetter

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Recy Taylor

Recy Taylor

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35th General Assembly 2018

The International Council of Women

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Mineko Iwasaki, a paper fan, her auto biography

Mineko Iwasaki -Geisha

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Three pictures of Katharine Hepburn in pants and smoking

Katharine Hepburn-Actor

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typewriter and pen

Helen Zia-journalist

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Henrietta Lacks

Henrietta Lacks – Medical Research Contributor

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Cicely Tyson – Entertainer

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Mamie Till Mobley – Civil Rights Activist

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Cloris Leachman – Entertainer

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Hattie Caraway – Politician

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Frances Perkins – Politician

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Lucille and Ruby Bridges – Civil Rights Activists

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typewriter and pen

Emma Lazarus – Writer

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Sherry Lansing – Filmmaker

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Nicole Tanguay – Poet

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Sydney Freeland – Filmmaker

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LaDonna Brave Bull Allard – Educator/Activist

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Madame CJ Walker – Entrepreneur

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Mary Ann Shadd Cary – Abolitionist

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Rosalind Elsie Franklin – Scientist

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"Marian Anderson, singer" by US Department of State is licensed with CC BY-NC 2.0. To view a copy of this license, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0/ "Marian Anderson Sings at Lincoln Memorial: 1939 # 1" by Washington Area Spark is licensed with CC BY-NC 2.0. To view a copy of this license, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0/

Marian Anderson – Entertainer

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Photo credit: Wallace Roberts. Permission to use granted by Heather Booth. Copywright 2012. CC BY SA. Heather Booth playing guitar for Fannie Lou Hamer during the Freedom Summer Project in Mississippi, 1964. On JWA: jwa.org/media/image-of-heather-booth-and-fannie-lou-hamer

Fannie Lou Hamer – Civil Rights Activist

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