Harriet Tubman’s historic sites in New York State and Maryland won’t become part of the national park system without your help. Be bold and have your voice heard! Tell Congress to fund a Harriet Tubman National Park. Contact your representatives in the U.S. Congress...Read More
Dutch women filmmakers have produced a new 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...Read More
The United States: Inez Milholland & England: Emily Davison. . . The centennial of Emily Davison’s death was in 2013. The centennial of Inez Milholland’s death is in 2016. Follow LetsRockTheCradle for the Inez Milholland Festival this coming August 2014....Read More
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In 2014, we honor our suffrage martyr, Inez Milholland by celebrating the 90th anniversary of the National Woman’s Party pageant and conference in the Adirondacks in 1924. Sign up for “Cradle” news updates. And urge the State of New York to initiate serious planning for its 2017 state suffrage centennial. 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.
The Harriet Tubman Home, 180 South Street, Auburn, NY 13021 is open for tours through October 31 on Tuesdays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. harriethouse.org.
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The video clip below features INEZ MILHOLLAND leading the 1913 suffrage parade, Washington, DC, in the HBO film “Iron Jawed Angels.”
Inez Milholland gained the distinction of being America’s suffrage martyr in 1916. Three years before, Emily Davison in England died for the cause of women voting. Here’s one of the best examples of film footage documenting her death in 1913.