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WhatsHerName Podcast 9h
Here's Helen Stephens with friend Jesse Owens at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. Despite only running competitively for a short time, Helen won 2 golds for the U.S. (record times) and helped pave the way for women in sports! Listen here! 👉
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HERstory on the rocks Nov 21
So apparently artist Lorenzo Quinn has made a bunch of statues of Mother Earth creating rotation and I love it! .
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Ann Marie O'Brien 18h
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L'Orange (aka Grumblepaws) OTRB 11/16/20 6h
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Historically Woman Nov 29
Replying to @womenin_history
I am planning some new things changes for Historically Woman, which I am very excited to share. There will also be a special article on New Year’s Day, so keep your eyes peeled!
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Immodest Dr Theresa Kaminski Nov 27
Big congratulations to for winning the Harriet Tubman Prize.
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Ann Henderson Nov 23
Great discussion last night with Ordered the book, looking forward to it. So important to be able to discuss, in any forum, women's priorities, concerns, skills and worries - and learn from each other too
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Hayley 🍷📚 Nov 24
Today’s delivery! So excited to get into it ✨
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WhatsHerName Podcast Nov 22
The episode drops tomorrow! Hear how Helen Stephens went from small town Missouri to facing the world's best (and facing down Hitler!) at the 1936 Olympics! Subscribe so you don't miss it!
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Sagas of She Nov 25
This week we have two posts for you to enjoy! Odette Sansom was an SOE agent who refused to break even under torture and Gertrude Bell was an archaeologist, diplomat, and traveller who helped the British government in the First World War.
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Michelle Graabek Nov 22
telling my flatmate to help herself to a bread roll, but be warned as I got the recipe from one of my historical sources from late 19th century (so no measurements or timings included!) - luckily they turned out all right!
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Donna J Drexel Nov 23
"Remember the ladies" Happy Birthday Abigail Adams
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Pankhurst Centre 🐝 Nov 25
Our little team is finally back at work! What a relief after such a tumultuous & awful year. Stay tuned for some exciting news... #2020
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Susan Ferentinos 13h
My National Register outlines are submitted, so now it's on to the next deadline. First draft of the Eleanor Roosevelt Historic Resource Study for the win!
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Tracie Nov 28
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WhatsHerName Podcast Nov 22
Happy Birthday to Billie Jean King, one of the greatest tennis champions of all time and pioneer for equality and social justice. Thank you for being bold!
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Sue 🇪🇺 Nov 21
22.11.1925 Born American pilot Geraldine “Jerrie” Mock, in 1964 she became the 1st woman to fly solo around the world largely following the flight path of Amelia Earhart on her ill-fated final flight
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Dr Fiona Skillen Nov 24
Another great thread on women’s history from and
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Rosemary Raughter Nov 25
Excellent piece by on the formidable & inspiring Mary Ann McCracken - one of my heroines since I came on her when writing abt decades ago & gr8 to see her receiving the recognition she deserves
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Kathryn Atwood Nov 26
"We have fought and sacrificed for many years; hope has shown like a bright light burning at the end of the road." --Dang Thuy Tram, North Vietnamese surgeon who was born in 1942.
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