Nellie Bly was on the scene to cover the suffrage parade in Washington, DC in 1913. And because of her trailblazing work, suffrage activists took advantage of the growth of newspapers to get their messages out to the public. Women’s history is getting plenty of attention in 2015. Watch for the Nellie Bly film, “10 Days in a Madhouse,” scheduled for release in late September 2015. The release of the “Suffragette” from the UK is set for October 2015. Follow Nellie Bly film news updates. Facebook.
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