From Parlor to Politics: Woman’s Fight for the Right to Vote, presented by Annette Baldwin
Join us for the astonishing history of the vision, courage, strategic planning, networking and tenacity demonstrated to win the 72-year battle for women’s political, social and legal equality. Learn of the conditions under which 19th century women lived and what provoked them into organization and revolution for women’s right to vote. As the story and the disturbing circumstances are revealed you will be impressed and inspired by the words of our woman suffrage leaders who lived this journey and dedicated the majority of their adult lives to guaranteeing a more egalitarian society: Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony and Alice Paul. The story continues Tuesday evening, August 25, 7pm when Annette portray s suffrage leader and founder of the League of Women Voters – Carrie Champman Catt, who will be “at home”
Please register in advance for this FREE Online event. (Meeting room capacity is 300.) Everyone who registers for the meeting will receive a link to a recording of the program which will be available to view for one week.
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