Another bonus episode in celebration of Women's History Month.
This week I am diving into the life and presidential run of Shirley Chisholm. Born in Brooklyn during the Great Depression, Shirley would buck convention over and over as she broke barriers and championed women's rights.
And while she came back into the conversation during Kamala Harris' presidential run, there is so much more to the story.
Turning Disappointment Into Food For the Hungry by Dovid Zaklikowski. The Rebbe. Chabad.org (LINK)
Unbought & Unbossed by Shirley Chisholm
Who Was Shirley Chisholm? The Shirley Chisholm Project. (LINK)
Walkabout: A Shirley Chisholm Architectural Walking Tour by Suzanne Spellen. February 12, 2015. Brownstoner.com (LINK)
Whereas: Stories from the People's House. By History. September 14, 2020. History, Art & Archives: United States House of Representatives. (LINK)
Shirley Chisholm, the first black woman to run for president, just got the Presidential Medal of Freedom. By Michelle Garcia. November 25, 2015. (LINK)
Underground Groundbreakers: Women’s History. Giving Unhailed Heroes Credit That is Long Overdue. By Underground Groundreakers Writers.https://underground-breakers.com
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