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Connie Schultz On 'The Daughters Of Erietown'

ulitzer Prize winning journalist Connie Schultz speaks at the Human Rights Campaign Cleveland Dinner Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019.
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Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Connie Schultz speaks at the Human Rights Campaign Cleveland Dinner Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019.

The plight of working-class families, and the women who quietly raise them, take center stage in a new novel set in 1950s Ohio.

Classified as fiction but rooted in reality, The Daughters of Erietown spans generations and reflects the gender inequality, class struggles and racism through the experiences of one Midwest family.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Connie Schultz talks about her latest work, and the working class hardships and the hometown that shaped her.

Support 89.7 NPR News during our Fall Membership Drive and gain access to a WOSU exclusive member virtual conversation with Connie Schultz and Ann Fisher. The event will take place on Thursday, October 15 at 6:30 p.m.

 
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