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That's What She Did Podcast

Oct 29, 2020

This episode is for every woman who is considered “too much.” Too loud, too sexual, too edgy, too confident.

In her new book, Too Much: How Victorian Constraints Still Bind Women Today, Rachel braids cultural criticism and storytelling together in an exploration of how culture grinds away at the bodies, souls, and...

Oct 23, 2020

S6E2: How To Break Through with Nicole D. Vick

A college professor, community activist, and public health advocate, Nicole D. Vick published her first book, a memoir, called Pushing Through: Finding The Light In Every Lesson.

She shares both the heartbreaking pain and the extraordinary triumphs that led her to advocacy...

Oct 16, 2020

When Dr. Ivelisse Rodriguez debuted her short story collection, Love War Stories, it quickly became a 2019 PEN/Faulkner finalist and a 2018 Foreword Reviews INDIES finalist. Her collection of short stories bring a cultural richness and elegant approach to discussing heartache, violence, and the hard choices women are...

Oct 9, 2020

Season 6 Launches October 16th and you do not want to miss out!

We've curated impactful and dynamic writers across genres whose work intersects with today's social issues. In this season of That's What She Did Podcast we share with you the stories of how these incredible authors found their way in the...

Oct 9, 2020

The Movement Makers Panel is the culmination of History Colorado’s yearlong initiative “Year of La Chicana”. This community-driven programming was a directive born out of a desire to honor Chicanas - past, present, and future and to share their stories with a wide range of communities.

This group of dynamic...