Author Doris McCraw’s post on Writing Wranglers and Warriors is full of history and women
who helped form our country. She includes links to read about these incredible women and how hard they worked to be heard. This is a great piece. Don’t miss it!
Post copyright 2015 by Doris McCraw
I am going preface this post with: I love men, men in history and the contributions they have made to our world story. Having said that, this post is about balancing the scale. History has made a practice of telling the story of our lives from the male perspective, and justifiably so, but they have failed to include the story of the females who did as much if not more.
You may ask why I’ve decided to go on this journey? It has brewed for some time. I write about the women who came before. I also write about the men. There needs to be that balance.
Don Moon as Theodore Roosevelt speaking at the Stewart House on Colorado College Campus
I give you a conversation I had with my friend Don Moon, who is brilliant as President Theodore Roosevelt. We were talking about…
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