First Woman to run for US President!
In 1872, Victoria Woodhull campaigned on a platform of “free love & equal rights for men and women,” at a time when women didn’t even have the right to vote! Learn more about her story in the PBS featured documentary, America’s Victoria, Remembering Victoria Woodhull.
Remembering Victoria Woodhull
“If you spliced the genes of Hillary Clinton, Madonna, Heidi Fleiss and Margaret Thatcher, you might have someone like Victoria Woodhull.” – Atlanta Journal & Constitution
Interviews include Gloria Steinem. Kate Capshaw performs the voice over of Woodhull’s words.
Victoria & her sister were the first women of Wall Street. They were known as the “Bewitching Brokers!”
VICTORIA WOODHULL IPAD APP
Enjoy & Remember Victoria Woodhull
The PBS featured documentary “America’s Victoria: Remembering Victoria Woodhull” received widespread distribution on both the national and local station level as well as Canadian Broadcasts. Although this level of distribution was gratifying, we recognize Millennials prefer to get their information and entertainment from the Internet and, increasingly, from mobile apps.
“I am a prophetess, I am an Evangel. If you could see it, but I too come not to bring peace but a sword.”
“Hats off to Victoria & her team! You have helped Victoria Woodhull deserve all the recognition she rightfully deserves! Looking forward to your Victoria Woodhull iPad App!”
JANEY, LAKE FOREST TEACHER
“I think that your Victoria Woodhull App is going to blow the minds of anyone under the age of 30 and it makes me chuckle! I attended an ivy league college and graduated without ever knowing anything about Victoria Woodhull. Thank you for all you’ve done to bring this American leader into the forefront!”
LISA S., SAN FRANCISCO, CA.