Three women rise from the red soil of Oklahoma to follow their callings from
1905-1920, an era when women’s voices were silenced in public and often
stifled at home. From Oklahoma’s Rock Creek to Fort Worth’s Hell’s Half
Acre, Italy’s World War One, and Washington D.C.’s Silent Sentinels protests,
Ella, Lillian, and Adelaide cast aside fear and doubt in their quest for women’s
equality—and life and love on their own terms.