The Other Half of History
About This Show
The historical record has mainly been written and controlled by cisgender men, leaving the stories of over half of the population underrepresented and undervalued.
The Other Half of History is a podcast that focuses on calling attention to the experiences of people that have traditionally been omitted from the historical record based on their gender identity (i.e. women, transgender and gender non-conforming individuals). Additionally, each guest on the show is 60+ years old and is nominated by a friend or family member to share their experiences on air.
Most Recent Episode
3: SNCC's Youngest Member
Jan 14 16
Our long hiatus is officially over! Have you missed us?
Our guest for this episode was Gwen Gillon Ozanne, a retired teacher living in Madison, Wisconsin. She shares many stories of growing up in Alabama before the Civil Rights Movement and of her activism with the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in Mississippi during the movement. In addition, Gwen talks about the importance of voting, the challenges of raising her son while also attending school, teaching in Madison, and much more...
Here is a link to the book referenced multiple times in the episode, Michael Edmond's "Freedom Summer Reader"
Here is a link to the Motherhood survey Elle spoke about at the end of the episode.
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Check out some of the other music composed by Andrew Christian Inouye, the creator of our theme song.