49 min

Nevertheless, She Persisted Exiles on 12th Street

    • Society & Culture

Celebrate Mother's Day with the eighth episode of the Exiles on 12th Street podcast. Join us as we remember the mothers of the women’s suffrage movement, and explore what voting means to women today, with the help of our guests: historian Susan Ware, feminist writers Liza Featherstone and Linda Gordon, and filmmaker Rachel Lears, whose documentary Knock Down the House followed the outsider campaigns of four women who ran for Congress in 2018, including Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. The episode is presented by your host, Claire Potter, co-executive editor of Public Seminar and professor of history at The New School for Social Research.

Celebrate Mother's Day with the eighth episode of the Exiles on 12th Street podcast. Join us as we remember the mothers of the women’s suffrage movement, and explore what voting means to women today, with the help of our guests: historian Susan Ware, feminist writers Liza Featherstone and Linda Gordon, and filmmaker Rachel Lears, whose documentary Knock Down the House followed the outsider campaigns of four women who ran for Congress in 2018, including Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. The episode is presented by your host, Claire Potter, co-executive editor of Public Seminar and professor of history at The New School for Social Research.

49 min

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