President Ford pardoned Iva D'Aquino, aka Tokyo Rose, on this day in 1977. This podcast on her is from our archive.

Podcast: Who was Tokyo Rose?

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An amazing listener has made so many BEAUTIFUL interpretations of our episodes!

Perfectly Manicured Claws — The Grand ‘Stuff You Missed in History Class’...

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Also in the news this week: a number of lawsuits and complaints of redlining and other discriminatory lending practices, filed by the Department of Justice, Housing and Urban Development, and others.

Podcasts: Redlining

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Here's a reminder that before 1975, U.S. children with disabilities were not guaranteed the right to education, now recognized as part of the 14th Amendment right to equal protection.

Podcast: P.A.R.C., Mills and Special Education

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The bad news: Neither of us has been able to watch "Victoria" yet. The good news: We have lots of episodes for the many folks who have asked!

Podcasts: Queen Victoria

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Here's yesterday's podcast on Maria Montessori!

Podcast: Maria Montessori

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U.S. businessmen, aided by the military, overthrew the monarchy of Hawaii on this day in 1893. This podcast on it is from our archive.

Podcast: Lili'uokalani: Who was the Last Queen of Hawaii?

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Shackleton's expedition found the magnetic South Pole on this day in 1909. This podcast on the search for the South Pole is from our archive.

Podcast: The Race to the South Pole

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The 18th amendment to the U.S. constitution was ratified on this day in 1919. It was ... not effective.

Podcast: A Brief History of Moonshine

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Fifty years ago today, Martin Luther King wrote this landmark missive. It was republished several months later in The Atlantic.

Martin Luther King's 'Letter From Birmingham Jail'

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Queen Elizabeth I was crowned on this day in 1559. This podcast from our archive is on her life before.

Podcast: Elizabeth The First, Before She Was Queen

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Today in 1919, the Boston Molasses Flood. This podcast on it is from our archive.

Podcast: How the Boston Molasses Flood Worked

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On this day in 1963, George Wallace was inaugurated as governor of Alabama and made his "Segregation Forever" speech.

Podcast: Alabama Governor George Wallace

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On this day in 1888, the (heartbreaking) schoolhouse blizzard.

Podcast: The Schoolhouse Blizzard

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Show notes for today's podcast!

Show Notes: Edmonia Lewis

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Happy birthday, $10 Founding Father.

Podcasts: Alexander Hamilton

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