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A frequent contributor to the op-ed pages of the nation’s newspapers, Martha focuses on science, women’s history, medicine, politics and sports. She also is a frequent commentator for New England Public Radio, and has been featured on CNN, National Public Radio, and the BBC.
Read Martha’s NEPR commentaries here
NPR – A Woman Who Dreamed of a Moonwalk
NPR – A Woman in the Hall Of Fame? Toni Stone Would Be Thrilled
The Washington Post – She would have been the first American woman in space. Congress held her back.
New York Times – Backtalk: Years Later, Maker of a Landmark Film Still Stands Up for Title IX
New York Times – Backtalk: It’s High Time for a Fair Shot
New York Times – Backtalk: Girls’ Group Gives Running Equal Time
SFGate – Working the graveyard shift with Emily Dickinson / Poetry does that, you know. It makes you a little crazy.
Hartford Courant – Richards: Much More Than A Sound Bite
Los Angeles Times – Losing Their Place in Space and in History
Atlanta Journal-Constitution – NASA’S Sexism Lost in Nostalgia Over Glenn Flight
Seattle PI – Women rose above NASA’s sexist attitude
NPR – ‘The Mercury 13’: Training U.S. Women for Space
WNPR – The Final Frontier Or The Glass Ceiling: The Legacy Of Women In NASA
NPR – Female Baseball Legend Threw Ultimate Curveball
Chicago Tribune – Women aimed for the stars, hit glass ceiling