Opening the Way -- The Women's eNews Women's History Walk

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Discover the rich history of women's influence in downtown Manhattan that traces the foundation of NYC on this 21-stop walking tour, developed by award-winning nonprofit news service Women's eNews, and celebrating women's contributions to our society. Researched and written by former New York Times editor Betsy Wade and historian James Boylan, the walk highlights pioneer writers, agitators, abolitionists, suffragists, and those we now call activists, as well as three heroes who gave their lives on September 11, 2001. Feel the impact of their lives and absorb a sense of the world in which they worked and made themselves heard above the roar of the city.

This podcast features contemporary women's leaders--such as Gloria Steinem and Kathleen Turner--as the voices of the historical figures on the walk.

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