Cradle rocking includes what’s happening within the geographic area identified as the “Cradle” of the women’s rights movement in the U.S. (the Finger Lakes of NYS). But cradle rocking is going elsewhere, such as the Elizabeth Cady Stanton Women’s Consortium in Johnstown, NY on March 10th, (see web site) and the March 4th Lobby Day in the nation’s Capitol where advocates are supporting a bill in Congress to create the National Women’s History Museum. More sponsors are needed, as well as your support and participation. See the museum web site for more information.
The Frederick Douglass Resource Center is located at 36 King Street, Rochester, NY 14608. It’s committed to articulating the life and legacy of Frederick Douglass and African American heritage and culture. Educational programming addresses self-image and esteem, commUNITY economic viability and “true social justice.” Information about a new book about Douglass’ family life in Rochester.