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Vincent Van Gogh

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In this episode, Lee Anne and Rianna share the artistic and cultural legacy of Vincent Van Gogh.

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Thomas Edison

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He's much more than those cool light bulbs!  Listen in as Kathleen tells the story of Thomas Edison.

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Clara Barton

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Robbie-Lynn and Erin present the details of social and medical pioneer Clara Barton in this episode.

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Ulysses S. Grant

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Listen in as Emily presents the details of Ulysses S. Grant.

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Harriet Tubman

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"The Moses of Her People" - Listen in as Shefali does a FANTASTIC job telling the story of Harriet Tubman.

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Olympe de Gouges

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In this episode, Julia present the story of French playwright and feminist Olympe de Gouges.

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Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet

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Listen in as Abby does a GREAT job telling us about Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet and his #EducationForAll philosophy.

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Adam Smith

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"He made economics a science."  Listen in as Thomas does a great job presenting the details and legacy of Adam Smith.

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Denis Diderot

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In our season premiere, Natalie tells us the story of Denis Diderot.  He's a lot more than just the "encyclopedia guy".

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Jean-Michel Basquiat

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In today's episode, Farideh presents the details of famed artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.  If you don't know his story, it's definitely worth a listen.

 

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