William Webb, founder of the Ridgefield CT chapter of the NAACP
"Hindsight Is" podcast series launches with episodes on Alice Paul and "The Webbs"
Continuing on the podcast wave begun last spring by our teens in the Valley Playwright Mentoring program (starting again in November), the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art asked us to create a podcast series that brings to life the local history of Ridgefield, CT. We have chosen figures from Ridgefield with particular relevance to our current moment and the series is being released in conjunction with their exhibit "Twenty Twenty" featured this week in the New York Times.

Listen to Episode One - Alice Paul & Woodrow Wilson: Together Again in 2020

Tonight at 6:30 (and available later on their site): Jonathan Mirin in conversation with Tina Cassidy, author of Mr. President, How Long Must We Wait? Alice Paul, Woodrow Wilson, and the Fight for the Right to Vote.

Available Monday, Oct. 26: The Webbs

Next Thurs, Oct. 29: Anti-Racism workshop inspired by "The Webbs"

Release date Monday, Nov. 2 (don't forget to mail in your ballot ASAP if you're American :): How Worried Should We Be? Hitler on Trial at Ridgefield High, 1934
Teens interested in registering for Valley Playwright Mentoring starting up virtually on Nov. 12 can go to
Thank you Hindsight Is Funders!
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