I just want to applaud your project, which I think is essential. I have spent my career working in Cleveland Women's History - our project is an analysis of how women shaped health care... to emphasize the normal women. It is very difficult to "find them" in history. I am STILL shocked at the challenge of finding women's work, because it is not recorded or recognized. I think the pressures of "femininity" and the challenges of "seeing a future for me" is difficult for young women. Your idea is courageous and this work is sorely needed! --A Woman's History Professor, PhD
I'm only three episodes in, but I'm in love! You ladies seem extremely fun to be around, and your intelligence shines through. Thank you for taking the time to put this together. --A Homeschooling Mom
I needed this today, so I started from the beginning. This podcast is so powerful. As an educator, parent, and citizen, we all need to listen and learn. Kelsie is brilliant and poised, a true educator with the goal of building a bridge (you will get this when you start listening to the podcast).
Brooke is warm and engaging, she is the perfect inquiring "student" who seems to have a sixth sense because she asks the exact question and has the same reaction that pops into the listener's brain. Bravo to this team, as I continue to listen I am not only learning but questioning and challenging myself to grow and be better. --An English Teacher