Sunday, March 1, 2009

Speaking of Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month, and because the history of women speakers is a short one, comparatively speaking, The Eloquent Woman tries to cover speaker history and fill in the blanks with profiles of women speakers from the past, so we have plenty of role models. You can go here to see all my posts related to speaker history--modern and not-so-modern. I hope it answers the question one of our commenters posted last month, asking for suggestions on who have been the the best woman speakers. Leave your comments for women whose public speaking impresses or inspires you, and I'll do profiles on them in upcoming posts. (Photo of Emmeline Pankhurst on Wall Street from the Library of Congress photostream on Flickr.)