Wednesday Mar 27, 2024

Mercy Otis Warren Part 1: History Shows Us That Peaceful Times Controlled by Men, Don’t Seem to Last.

On Feb 19, 1774, Mercy Otis Warren was tending to her family when she received a call from the future…

Mercy was a writer and poet that found a way to use her gifts to further the cause of liberty. In this episode, she’ll talk about the meetings in her home that eventually played a role in uniting the colonies. She’ll also discuss the anonymously published play she wrote that created a safe way for the citizens of Boston to communicate about the injustices and freedoms that were slowly being taken from the colonists.

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In Michele’s interpretation of Mercy Otis Warren, she masterfully captures the essence of this remarkable woman. Michele breathes life into Warren's intellectual prowess, and unwavering commitment to the ideals of liberty and justice. Her portrayal not only honors Warren's legacy, but also sheds light on the significant contributions of women in shaping the course of history. Learn more about Michele Gabrielson’s work or contact her at:

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