"I think she’s really remarkable because she never paints herself as an angel either. She realizes that first of all, that’s never going to work, and second of all, that’s not real."
March is Women's History Month and our team is diving deep into the lives and legacies of a few incredible women from American History. We are kicking off this month with the story of a woman whose name is not well-known but whose experience has been shared by women throughout history. Meet Madeline Pollard, the schoolgirl who brought down a colonel and a congressman.
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If you’re interested in more information, we find these sources helpful:
- Bringing Down The Colonel by Patricia Miller
- The Court Case that Inspired the Gilded Age's #MeToo Moment - Smithsonian Magazine
- Lost and Found by Patricia Miller - Lapham's Quarterly
- William Campbell Preston Breckinridge - History, Art & Archives, United States House of Representatives
You’re Listening To: Rebecca Fachner & Becca Grawl
The Person Responsible for it Sounding Good: Dan King
Technical & Admin Work Done During Naptime: Canden Arciniega
Intro/Outro Music: Well-Seasoned from Audio Hero