Ida B Wells used her words to rock the boat and write about the horror that was happening in the south. As an educated black woman, she saw first hand the extreme injustice in the south and spoke against it. The world isn’t always sunshine and rainbows, but somehow this episode contains a message about the power of standing up for what’s right. As a warning to listeners, this episode contains graphic descriptions of racial atrocities.Read more "Episode 104-Ida B Wells (plus Shownotes!)"
Rome got more than they bargained for when they crossed this fiery tempered Iceni queen.Read more "Episode 103-Boudica (plus Shownotes!)"
Julie d’Aubigny the nun burning, girl kidnapping, duel starting, bisexual badass of 1700’s France.Read more "Episode 102- Julie d’Aubigny"
Was Elizabeth Bathory a blood bathing beauty, or a widow framed to evade royal debts? And is blood bathing even possible!? All this and more in the first official episode of Herstory 101Read more "Episode 101- Elizabeth Bathory (plus shownotes!)"