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Grandma Mac, Mother Mary Beth and Daughter Ilana talking about their lives as women.
Today I talked with Nancy about the ins and outs of gardening and all things earthy
Caroline Lyman and Ella Pope discuss the Atwood’s writing style, portrayal of religion, warnings of patriarchy, and more.
Talking about discrimination
May Brill, 1st generation American, fought for the United States in WWII, leaving a legacy of Love and remembrance. At 93 years old, she is New Jersey’s Chairman of Women in the Military, and championing the rights of all women.
Two old friends of 20 years happen to be brought together on Levi’s day of giving back to the community, and spend some time discussing the work being done at The Living Room non-for-profit in Santa Rosa, where Katie works...
Misty and Alison talk about her journey to Richmond, nonprofit work, life in politics (local, state, and national), and who has helped her along the way.
We remember the Cochrans’ part in establishing the Connellsville coke industry and Sarah B. Cochran’s philanthropy.
Catfood Mary talks about life in Keachie Louisiana, being her authentic self and caring for others.
Here is some insite on the real lives of the average American mid-twenty year old girls, as we talk about our past and describe our future aspirations.
Dorothy Hutchinson on growing up in Hingham Massachusetts #HinghamSeniors
Two friends from the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival recap meeting and talk about Lyn’s 70+ years as a Butch Lesbian.
This is an interview with my advocate/grandmother on career, success, experiences, expectations, roles, etc.
"Nobody wanted to work with me." In 1991, Monica Harwell became the first woman to climb electric utility poles for ConEdison in New York. As a line constructor, her job was to install power lines dozens of feet in the...
Amber's female lineage made doing her hair into an art form.
Mother and daughter pause on a rainy summer day to discuss parenthood, raising strong women, teaching moments, and envisioning the future.
Two friends share memories of a friendship spanning 33 years, multiple states, marriages, kids, and cancer.
"I got to find a job I can do for thirty years in this place." After working her way up from the assembly line, Dorothy Glinton became one of the first women to hold a management position at the Ford...
This is an interview about women in today’s society in the United States from a professional’s point of view.