The Imperfect, Unfinished Work of Women’s Suffrage

The Imperfect, Unfinished Work of Women’s Suffrage

A century after the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, it’s worth remembering why suffragists had to fight so hard, and who was fighting against them. By Casey Cep, July 1, 2019 The crime was striking a match. Never mind that the match broke before it caught, or...
“The Woman’s Hour” Wins ABA 2019 Silver Gavel Award

“The Woman’s Hour” Wins ABA 2019 Silver Gavel Award

The Woman’s Hour has won the American Bar Association’s highest honor, The Silver Gavel Award for a book furthering the American public’s understanding of law. The award ceremony will be held this summer at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. Elaine was invited...
WBUR’s Radio Boston Interview with Elaine Weiss

WBUR’s Radio Boston Interview with Elaine Weiss

Looking Back On The Fight For Women’s Suffrage A Century Later by Chris Citorik and Walter Wuthmann With a record number of women in Congress, and a record number of women running for president, many are calling this a new era for women in politics. But it...