Victoria Woodhull documentary

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Created January 21, 2019
 The Most Famous Woman In American History You've Never Heard Of! 

1872 — Presidential Candidates: Ulysses S. Grant, Horace Greeley, B. Gratz Brown, Charles J. Jenkins, David Davis, Thomas A. Hendricks, Charles O'Conor and Victoria Woodhull — Wait, what??  Who’s Victoria Woodhull and isn’t she a SHE?

Yes, she is!  Victoria Woodhull rose from a poverty-stricken background with little education to become the first woman to publicly address the United States Congress AND first woman to run for U.S. president. She and her sister, Tennessee Claflin, were suffragists, newspaper owners and the first women stockbrokers on Wall Street.  In other words, Victoria Woodhull is the most famous woman in American History you've never heard of! 

Eden Valley and FilmAffects  want to introduce you to this fearless female. But we need your help to bring this sensational story to life.   Will you please join us on our Campaign Trail to tell this tale by donating to our project? This campaign is to help pay for a short film about Victoria which will be the foundation of a full-length documentary we are planning for the future.  

Your donation won’t get Victoria elected President, but it will go towards making her campaign one to be remembered!

As a special "Thank you" for helping with our campaign, all donors will receive a personalized special thank you with a discount coupon for Positively Debralicious  dessert order.

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Excited to be joining the Berea BPW tomorrow to tell the story of "Madam President" to the group! Hope you can join us! ( http://www.edenvalleyenterprises.org/calendar.htm ) Can't make it -- contact us to bring a program to you!
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Before Victoria Woodhull died on June 9, 1927 at the age of 89, she had managed to go from a small town in Ohio to become a wealthy English gentlewoman. Along the way she became the first woman to address congress and run for president. She and her sister, Tennessee Claflin, had started a newspaper and became the first female stock brokers on Wall Street. Their financial and business success regardless of how it had been achieved was nearly unequaled by any other women of their time.

Hat’s off to this fearless female who worked so hard for civil rights for all
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On May 10, 1872, Victoria Woodhull was nominated for President. Victoria and her "Cosmo-Political Party" (officially called The Equal Rights Party) supported an eight-hour work day, minority representation in Congress, universal suffrage for women, public housing for the poor, a national education system, and the creation of an international body to help prevent war around the world.

Want to know more -- come join us for a presentation of VICTORIA WOODHULL: SHATTERING GLASS CEILINGS on Thursday, June 13, 2019, at 5:30 p.m in Berea, Ohio or on Thursday, September 26,2019, at 7:00 p.m. in Elyria Ohio. For complete information visit http://edenvalleyenterprises.org/calendar.htm
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$270 of $13,000 goal

Raised by 6 people in 5 months
Created January 21, 2019
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Eden Valley Enterprises
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