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The Bitchery of History
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May 19, 2019 09:23 PM PDT

This week, Max and Allison discuss two ladies who ruled over ancient Egypt. The first, a queen whose successors tried to erase from history, was both mortal ruler and godlike presence; the second, one of the most famous woman in all of ancient history, was so much more than the seductive temptress Rome made her out to be: Nefertiti and Cleopatra. /

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Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

May 06, 2019 02:22 AM PDT

This week, Max and Allison discuss two women who did what no man had done before. The first, a queen who brought Palmyra to its height in the 4th century, took power on her own terms; the second, the first woman to run the Boston Marathon, became an flashpoint in the fight for women’s rights: Zenobia and Katherine Switzer. /

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Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

April 22, 2019 01:13 AM PDT

This week, for our 100th Episode, Allison and Max discuss two women could not have been more different. The first, one of only two women to have been married to one US President and mother to another, was a vocal advocate for the causes she believed in; the second, mother to a gang of infamous American criminals and herself once wanted by the FBI, went out in a hail of gunfire: Abigail Adams and Kate "Ma" Barker. /

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Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

March 31, 2019 12:14 AM PDT

In honor of the last day of Women's History Month 2019, four of the ladies behind The Bitchery of History got together for a round table discussion on where the women's movement is now and where it still needs to go. /

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Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)
Kim Coscia (@kimberlygrace48)

March 30, 2019 01:11 AM PDT

Modeled after the Declaration of Independence and signed in 1848 by 68 women and 32 men, The Declaration of Sentiments came out of the first women's rights convention held in the United States. Spoken by Allison Powell, Janette Danielson, Sydney Tannenbaum and Kim Coscia, these are their words. /

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Jess Lee (@jessmlee)
Kim Coscia (@kimberlygrace48)

March 29, 2019 07:31 AM PDT

Sojourner Truth's best-known speech, delivered at the Ohio Women’s Rights Convention in Akron, Ohio in 1851, was delivered off the top of her head. Spoken by Kelsey Packwood, these are her words. /

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Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

March 28, 2019 12:31 AM PDT

In 1914, Nellie McClung took part in a mock Women’s Parliament playing the role of the Conservative Premier of Manitoba. Spoken by Chloé Godard, these are her words. /

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Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

March 27, 2019 12:30 AM PDT

In 1837, Sarah Grimké wrote a series of 15 Letters on the Equality of the Sexes. Spoken by Emily Dorsett, from the second of those 15, these are her words. /

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Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

March 26, 2019 12:06 AM PDT

In 1995, Hillary Clinton gave a speech to the United Nations 4th World Conference on Women that is seen to this day as a seminal moment in Women’s History. Spoken by Riley Billingsley, these are her words. /

Find more info on It's Personal at http://www.itspersonalonstage.com/ /

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Max: @QuirkyTitle
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Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

March 25, 2019 01:00 AM PDT

On the day of her birthday in 2013, Malala gave a speech to the United Nations General Assembly. Spoken by Liz Kummer, these are her words. /

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Max: @QuirkyTitle
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Janette Danielson (@Neddie94)
Sydney Tannenbaum (@sydneyxmastree)
Jess Lee (@jessmlee)

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