Molly Murphy MacGregor, Godmother of National Women’s History Month

By Angie Klink | January 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

All of our efforts are with the goal of making women’s lives visible, because invisibility is the number one form of bias.                                                                   […]

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Holiday Card—Going Out on Top

By Angie Klink | December 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

I have written my last holiday card for Lafayette Printing Company. Graphic designer, Natalie Powell, and I have created a holiday card for Lafayette Printing since 1991—the year my first son, Jack, was born. Each card has featured a local person, place or entity. The first card we produced highlighted the gorgeous interior of the […]

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Rosie the Riveter Fundraiser

By Angie Klink | October 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

I recently hosted a fundraising party for a political candidate with a Rosie the Riveter theme. It was a hit! The invitation garnered a lot of buzz in the community and the guests had fun. It was not your typical political fundraiser! Women were encouraged to dress like Rosie. I posted pictures and posters around […]

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Angie Klink Elected to Board of National Women’s History Project

By Angie Klink | September 29, 2016 | 0 Comments
Angie Klink Photo

Thank you reporter Brian Moore of the Journal and Courier for this September 6, 2016 announcement: Purdue Author Angie Klink was elected to serve a three year term with the Board of National Women’s History Project. Klink has authored numerous biographies and histories that have been published by the Purdue University Press. Most recently, “The […]

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My Betty M. Nelson Pilgrimage

By Angie Klink | September 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

In August I traveled to Virginia and West Virginia conducting research for the current book I am writing. Serendipitously, the journey for my current book collided with the experience of writing my most recently published book, The Deans’ Bible: Five Purdue Women and their Quest for Equality. Purdue Dean of Students Emerita Betty M. Nelson […]

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