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Women's March on Washington, 2017

Podcast: Still Marching

March along with us in this episode! We'll meet participants in the Women's March on Washington, and go back to where it all began—the first women’s march in Washington, on the eve of President Woodrow Wilson’s inauguration in 1913, before women even had the right to vote.

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Theda Bara, 1915
February 20, 1916
Silent film star Theda Bara was profiled in the "New York Times," following her appearance in "A Fool There Was" in 1915.

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