Tag Archive | Marguerite Kearns

Great suffrage centennial celebrations, New York State!

Suffrage Wagon Cafe loved the New York State suffrage centennial from 2017 to 2018!! on Vimeo.

Thank you, New York State Museum, for your terrific votes for women exhibition. There were so many events and special celebrations during 2017 and 2018, we couldn’t keep up with it all. If you weren’t featured on the suffrage centennials blog, contact Marguerite Kearns at SuffrageWagon at gmail dot com.

Let us know what you are doing, and if we can feature your hard work, we will.

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Interview with director & producer of “10 Days in a Madhouse” by Marguerite Kearns

ksfr_logo_for_headerMarguerite Kearns spoke to Susan Goforth and Timothy Hines about the film, “10 Days in a Madhouse” that’s based on the investigative reporting of Nellie Bly. Listen by following the link.

"10 days in a Madhouse"Check in with the special program at Suffrage Wagon Cafe on November 8, 2015 about “10 Days in a Madhouse”, a production about trailblazing reporter Nellie Bly. “10 Days in a Madhouse” is based on a true story about Nellie, a suffrage activist and trailblazing investigative reporter who went undercover in a mental hospital before the turn of the 20th century. Nellie’s discoveries shocked the nation. The production features more than 90% women. The-Other-Side-(single-bill).png

Two contests: Turning Point Suffragist Memorial as well as unique opportunity from Womenon20s.org: “Name The People on The Other Side” (see above image): No cost to enter the contest. Submit the names of the 12 people featured on The Other Side on the form provided on the Womenon20s.org website. Essay Contest: Tell in 500-1000 words why commemorating women on currency is meaningful.  All entries will be sent as one package to the U.S. Treasury and U.S. President. Submitters will be eligible to receive a limited edition commemorative coin tribute and Final Four poster. Send entries to: women@womenon20s.org.

Turning Point Suffragist Memorial has an essay contest for undergraduate and graduate students across the nation.

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