One hundred and five years ago, on March 3, 1913, women marched for the right to vote, turning the tides of history. It took another 7+ years for women to gain suffrage with the passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution.
How did we get here? Today, to commemorate International Women’s Day 2018, we are featuring the woman leading the effort for a National Women’s History Museum on the National Mall in Washington, DC,. Joan Wages.
I, Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson, am proud to say my great-great aunt Miriam Michelson was a reporter covering the suffrage movement, who kept the movement on the front page from start to passage.
Enjoy this inspiring conversation that reminds us how far we’ve come — and how far we have yet to go.
You’ll probably also want to listen to Joan’s interviews with:
- Joann Lublin of the WSJ on how women Fortune 500 CEO’s got to the top and what we can all learn from their journeys.
- Lauren Leader Chivee on “capability” & good women’s initiatives.
- Laura Sherbin, Center for Talent Innovation, on how women in STEM fields are driving innovation successfully
Find them and many more at www.greenconnectionsradio.com – or on iTunes, iHeartRadio, Spotify or other podcast networks.
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