Communicators and freelancers—there is a six-part discussion series exploring the Declaration of Sentiments from 1848 to 2018. The December 1, 2018 program will present an overview of the planners and participants of the 1848 convention, review the convention schedule, and launch a discussion of the importance of the Seneca Falls, NY women’s convention in 1848.
Special programming focuses on Seneca Falls, NY
The Declaration of Sentiments written for the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention declares a list of grievances similar to the Declaration of Independence. Women’s Rights National Historical Park and Dr. Melinda Grube will be honoring those grievances through a series of presentations and discussions.
PROGRAMMING ABOUT SENECA FALLS OVER SIX MONTHS
This six-part series will take place on six Saturdays from December 2018 to April 2019. Each session will be held in the theater located on the first floor of the Women’s Rights National Historical Park Visitor Center. Sessions begin at 2 PM. No pre-registration is required.
December 1, 2018: Context and History
January 5, 2019: The Preamble and the Enlightenment
January 26, 2019: Politics and Voting
February 23, 2019: Marriage and Property
March 30, 2019: Education and Work
April 27, 2019: Religion and Morality
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