"She never put herself in the limelight to lead and yet she was a leader."
Secretary and Past President
American Association on Indian Affairs
"A multi-layered depiction of several important eras in American history from the 1920's to the 1950's."
Philip S. 'Sam' Deloria
American Indian Graduate Center
"A deeply moving experience! Provides fascinating insights into the life of a remarkable woman and the people and events that shaped her."
Professor of History and Anthropology
"Terrific... a moving documentary. Through Lucy's story, major themes in American history -- women's expanding roles, the Great Depression of the 1930's, and the fight for Native American rights -- come to life."
Associate Professor of History
University of Houston
"Nancy Bickel's scrupulously designed and executed documentary casts welcome light on the life of a remarkably resourceful woman and her famous husband, the New Deal lawyer Felix Cohen."
David A. Hollinger
University of California, Berkeley
Past President of the Organization of American Historians