The first four reports from Elizabeth Cady Stanton from Seneca Falls, NY in the days leading up to the 1848 women’s rights convention and beyond. Podcast #1: Two-minute podcast from the series, “Trouble Brewing in Seneca Falls” about what it was like when...Read More
Dutch women filmmakers have produced a film, “Ahoy!” that features American suffragist Inez Milholland as an example (among others) of women who continue to inspire us today. Statement from the Dutch women who produced “Ahoy!” –a work shown at two...Read More
THIS IS THE TIME TO ACT! The federal bill to fund the Harriet Tubman national park has been passed in the U.S. Senate. The next step is the U.S. House of Representatives. Harriet Tubman’s historic sites in New York State and Maryland won’t become part of the...Read More
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The audio story of Inez Milholland, from “Jailed for Freedom” by Doris Stevens, 1920. Tributes in Washington, DC for America’s much-loved suffrage martyr.
In 2014, we honor Inez Milholland by celebrating the 90th anniversary of the National Woman’s Party pageant and conference in the Adirondacks in August 1924.
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ACTION CAMPAIGN ALERT: The federal bill to fund the Harriet Tubman national park has passed the U.S. Senate. It’s on its way to the House of Representatives. Contact your representatives and ask their stands on this bill. ADOPT A REPRESENTATIVE. Follow up on their votes, their action or lack of it. Take action to save suffrage history! Harriet Tubman was a suffrage activist, as well as an antislavery crusader. Make your voice heard! ______________________________________
The video clip below features INEZ MILHOLLAND leading the 1913 suffrage parade, Washington, DC, in the HBO film “Iron Jawed Angels.” For more information about Milholland.