Lecture Description

What do Victoria Woodhull, Gracie Allen, Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Dole have in common? They are among the amazing and fascinating women who have run for President. The election of a woman as President is not a mater of ‘if’ – it is simply a matter of ‘when’ and who.’ In this unique, fast moving and thought provoking presentation, national award winning public speaker and historian Barry Bradford will share the amazing stories of the women who blazed the way for women in the political process.

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Politics Women's Rights, Activism, and Suffrage

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