It’s Women’s History Month 2020. Ohio v. the World has several episodes on the most important women in Ohio’s 200+ year history. All the links are below. Click the link to enjoy.
- “Ohio v. Abolitionists”: the story of Harriet Beecher Stowe is discussed. The author and abolitionist that ignited the country’s hatred of slavery with her best-selling book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1852). CLICK TO LISTEN
- “Ohio v. the Patriarchy”: we share the little-known story of Madeline Pollard, the woman who brought down a presidential candidate by telling the truth in the 1890s. This was we believe the first court case of the MeToo Movement just 125 years before the movement. CLICK TO LISTEN
- “Jerrie Mock v. the World”: the incredible story of “the Flying Housewife”, Jerrie Mock of Bexley, OH. Mrs. Mock became the 1st woman to fly solo around the world in 1964. CLICK TO LISTEN
- “Ohio v. Suffrage”: Our comprehensive look at the women’s suffrage movement in Ohio and nationally on this 100th anniversary of the women’s vote. CLICK TO LISTEN
- “Ohio v. Celebrity”: America’s first celebrity that was just famous for being famous, Ohio’s own Kate Chase. We discuss the life and times of the “Belle of the Civil War North”. CLICK TO LISTEN
- “Ohio v. Espionage”: the top codebreaker in US Navy before WWII was a woman from Westerville, Ohio. Enjoy the story of Agnes Meyer Driscoll. CLICK TO LISTEN
- “Ohio v. the Wild West”: the story of one of the most famous females from the Buckeye State, Annie Oakley of Darke County, OH. CLICK TO LISTEN