Marjorie DeFazio interviews suffragist, Isola Dodic (1892-1986) about her suffragist activity and continued protesting for women's rights throughout her life. Her first march was at the age of 20, the day before Woodrow Wilson's inauguration in 1913, in a march organized by suffragist-activist Alice Paul. Other suffragist activity included handing out leaflets for and working in the office. She gives a wonderful description of marching and being active in the suffragist movement. Interview recorded on October 25, 1978. Program begins with dramatic readings of writings of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Frances Wright, Ernestine Rose, Sojourner Truth, and Abigail Adams. Broadcast on October 25, 1978.
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