Discover the stories of some epic Irish women in our Herstory podcast series...

Elizabeth Gurley Flynn started her activist life as a 16-year-old schoolgirl, calling on American workers to rise in front of a red flag on a makeshift stage on a New York street corner. Quickly becoming a jawsmith for the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), she was devoted to women, the working class, anti-racism, and anti-capitalism.

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Herstory: Ireland's Epic Women is brought to you by Underground Films, EPIC the Irish Emigration Museum, Herstory Ireland and RTÉ, mixed and produced by Cassie at Tall Tales, and presented by Dr Angela Byrne. Herstory score composed by Scott Maher and Oisín Murray - listen to more here.