We looked inside some of the tweets by @deadladiesshow and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Anna May Wong "died a thousand deaths" on screen in Hollywood, so she left for Europe, where she was feted as a star. Here she is in 1929's Piccadilly. More on Anna May in Ep 20 of our podcast: https://bit.ly/2SEpIyk
Only 14% of Blue Plaques documenting historic people and their contributions to London honour women. It's not that women haven't contributed to this city's rich history. It's that only 1/3 of nominations are for women. It's time we corrected the record. #BackthePlaque 💪 🔻
“I am listening to what fear teaches. I will never be gone. I am a scar, a report from the frontlines, a talisman, a resurrection. A rough place on the chin of complacency.” Audre Lorde, born on this day in 1934, on turning fear into fire for change
Looking forward to watching this DVD of Piccadilly (1929) from our friends @MilestoneFilms - Anna May Wong plays a London maid turned nightclub star in one of her best-known roles. Hear more about this iconic actress on DLS podcast Ep20: https://bit.ly/2SEpIyk
The next @deadladiesshow will bring stories about a writer of intense fiction and diaries, a celebrity chef, & an anti-Nazi spy Join @BacktoJones @stilinberlin @KatyDerbyshire and @FlorianDuijsens on Feb 26th! https://buff.ly/2E4L7rG
It's #InternationalWomensDay on 8 March - Mary #Wollstonecraft lived her life as an international woman of travel & shared her experiences through literary works, some beautifully written. My artworks inspired by her letters from Norway are all on show @BRLSI for 2 more weeks..
From Ada Lovelace who invented #coding thru to today women have led the field. Why don’t we think of women when we think of #coders? Read and weep 😭 #everydaysexism The Secret History of Women in Coding
Anna May Wong was not only a star of silent films, talkies, color, b&w, stage & radio, but also her own TV show. 1951 series The Gallery of Madame Liu-Tsong was the 1st to feature an Asian-American lead. Sadly it's lost to time. Her story on podcast Ep20: https://bit.ly/2SEpIyk
This is not #CrazyRichAsians, but the set of Daughter of Shanghai (1937) with Anna May Wong and Philip Ahn. Were they the first on-screen Asian-American couple?
Talked to a major network that plans to do a podcast on Anna May Wong. I’d love to see a biopic on the first AsAm female movie star.
Anna May Wong was really going places. Hollywood couldn't hold her back, and Europe celebrated her. But her journey wasn't an easy one. The story of this groundbreaking actress is told by @FlorianDuijsens in podcast Ep20 here: https://bit.ly/2SEpIyk #ladypodsquad #PodernFamily
Want to know how to get the #podcast you love more exposure? Leave them a #review and #subscribe on #iTunes! Are you a show looking for reviews? #Listen and #exchange reviews with other shows! #PodernFamily #ApplePodcasts
The consummate flapper, Anna May Wong could have been the next Clara Bow. But Hollywood just wasn't ready to embrace a Chinese-American "It" Girl. Anna May's path would have to be different. Hear her story on Ep20 of our podcast https://apple.co/2AaTw9k
#HappyValentinesDay ! Pioneering animator Lotte Reiniger loved paper silhouettes, film, and Carl Koch. Hear about her story and their love on Ep11 of our podcast: https://deadladiesshow.com/2018/07/25/podcast-11-lotte-reiniger/ …
'Mary love - we must be united. Your thoughts alone can waken mine to energy. My mind without yours is dead & cold as the dark midnight river when the moon is down.' - it wasn't just Keats who wrote passionate love letters! This is P B Shelley to Mary Godwin, 1814 #ValentinesDay
'O Mary dear, that you were here / With your brown eyes bright and clear. / And your sweet voice, like a bird / Singing love to its lone mate' - Percy Bysshe Shelley to Mary Shelley, 1818 #ValentinesDay