Jack Tuckner Radio Show: Relevance of International Women’s Day

Jack Tuckner Radio Show: Relevance of International Women’s Day

On PRN.FM: Experience a lively discussion with women’s rights in the workplace advocates Jack Tuckner and Deborah O’Rell as they commemorate International Women’s Day 2014, by celebrating the accomplishments of feminism while highlighting the work that still needs...

Amelia Jenks Bloomer: Suffrage Pioneer, Fashion Designer, Publisher

By Deborah O’Rell It’s hard to know what this woman is better known for: being the originator of ‘bloomers’ or her political activism for women’s suffrage and temperance or the recommended list of feminist books. Every year the Amelia Bloomer Project, which is...

Patricia Roberts Harris: The Woman of Firsts

By Deborah O’Rell Patricia Roberts Harris: Lawyer, political adviser, activist and wife It appears little has been written about this woman of firsts. Born in 1924 to working class parents, her father a dining car waiter, and attended Chicago public schools. She...

Margaret Fuller (1810-1850): The transcendental activist

By Deborah O’Rell Margaret Fuller (1810-1850) was a life long advocate for women’s rights. This was a woman who truly walked the walk. She was influential in changing perceptions about men and women. In forging a unique and amazing life path, she argued for...