Jen Deaderick

Historian and Author

Jen Deaderick has written about gender and citizenship for the New York Times, the Huffington Post, Experience, and Dame. She is also a regular contributor on WGBH’s news show, Greater Boston. 

Since 2008, she has run the largest Equal Rights Amendment page on Facebook. In 2012, she founded the #UseThe19th campaign, which encouraged women to get out and vote. In 2017, she took over the social media for A is For, an abortion rights organization founded by Martha Plimpton and other artists.

She is a lifelong Unitarian-Universalist, and once watched her mother portray Victoria Woodhull giving a speech from the pulpit of Arlington Street Church.

Her book, She The People, is an illustrated history of women’s citizenship in the US from 1776 to now.

Jen Deaderick has written about gender and citizenship for the New York Times, the Huffington Post, Experience, and Dame. She is also a regular contributor on WGBH’s news show, Greater Boston. 

Since 2008, she has run the largest Equal Rights Amendment page on Facebook. In 2012, she founded the #UseThe19th campaign, which encouraged women to get out and vote. In 2017, she took over the social media for A is For, an abortion rights organization founded by Martha Plimpton and other artists.

She is a lifelong Unitarian-Universalist, and once watched her mother portray Victoria Woodhull giving a speech from the pulpit of Arlington Street Church.

Her book, She The People, is an illustrated history of women’s citizenship in the US from 1776 to now.

Website
www.jendeaderick.com
Lectures

11.14.2019 (1:06:41)

BostonTalks: Fearless Females