A Woman’s Crusade: Alice Paul and the Battle for the Ballot
Before Martin Luther King, there was the Quaker Alice Paul. A pioneer in nonviolent disobedience, she used daring techniques in pursuit of a federal suffrage amendment. Assaulted by mobs and jailed after picketing the White House, she and her supporters went on hunger strikes and were force-fed and brutalized.
Car: A Drama of the American Workplace
Following the 1996 Ford Taurus from a clay model in Detroit to its birth in an Atlanta assembly plant to its debut in a New Jersey dealership, Mary Walton documents the battles between designers and engineers, marketers and accountants, product guys and manufacturing guys in the race to #1.
The Deming Management Method
Following World War II, American statistician W. Edwards Deming traveled to Japan, where his lessons on how improve quality using statistical methods were enthusiastically adopted by top companies. In 1980, he was rediscovered in America and in the final decade of his life became one of America’s top quality consultants.
Mary Walton on Alice Paul
In a video shot at Paulsdale, Paul's childhood home, Mary Walton talks about the woman who made suffrage history.
Alice Paul Institute
Located in Alice Paul's childhood home in Mt. Laurel, NJ, the Alice Paul Institute is dedicated to providing leadership training to young women.
Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument
Located on Capitol Hill in the headquarters of Alice Paul's National Woman Party, the Women"s Equality National Monument Sewall-Belmont offers education, programs, tours and exhibits and houses the party's historic archives.