No Man's Land by The Wing
No Man's Land is a podcast about women who were too bad for your textbooks. It's hosted by Alexis Coe, the in-house historian for The Wing, a network of work and community spaces for women.
In this episode, we don't let Ana Mendieta's untimely death overshadow her pioneering work. Thanks to our presenting sponsor SAP. To learn more, visit www.sap.com/womenforward.
Four Women, One Devastating Allegation
Four women who lived a hundred years apart, connected by one devastating allegation: Alice Mitchell was the origin, Dr. Evelyn Hooker was the pioneer, and Barbara Gittings and Kay Lahusen the heroes. Thanks to our presenting sponsor SAP. To learn more, visit www.sap.com/womenforward.
Ida B. Wells
Ida B. Wells was the most famous black woman in America during her lifetime--but how did that happen? We travel to Memphis and learn about the moment that changed the rest of her life--and put her in mortal danger. Thanks to our presenting sponsor SAP. To learn more, visit www.sap.com/womenforward.
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