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We honor Louise Slaughter! More suffrage centennial news!

Special Report: Thank you, Louise Slaughter (1929-2018) for your work benefitting American women! on Vimeo

.IN OTHER NEWS: The website—2020Centennial.org—is adding to the resources associated with 2020. You can add the 2020 centennial logo onto your site. The May issue of the Suffrage2020 listserv has some up-to-date and breaking news. Are you subscribed? Sampling of some of the listings:

The “One Woman, One Vote” Film Festival scheduled for March 2020 in Washington, DC.

The database (online) for Women and Social Movements is compiling a biographical dictionary of this first wave of the women’s rights movement. WASM is a subscription website, although the biographical dictionary portion will be made available on September 2018.

There is activity around the 2020 votes for women centennial in Washington state, North Dakota, and Missouri. Paperback editions of “Alice Paul: Claiming Power” by J.D. Zahniser (Oxford, 2014-2019) and “Remembering the Ladies: Celebrating Those who Fought for Freedom at the Ballot Box”by Angela P. Dodson (Center Street, 2017/2019)._

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Alice Paul tea program to be presented in Sarasota, Florida after premier in California!

The Next Performance of Tea with Alice and Me: Black Box Theater ~ Sarasota, Florida is scheduled for Friday, May 11, 2018, Performance at 5 p.m. Sponsored by the New College of Sarasota, Florida’s Gender Studies program. This event is free. Introduce Alice’s tea to your city, organization, school or club. Contact: Wild West Women, Inc., Martha Wheelock, Producer at (800) 428-7136 or martha@wildwestwomen.org

Wild West Women is the proud producer of “Tea with Alice and Me,” a full-length one-woman performance that takes the audience to women’s tearooms ~ Seneca, Selfridges, The National Women’s Party, Women’s Bookstores. Of course it is really about a cup of revolution served up in nonviolent direct action. From 1775 through today, Zoe Nicholson takes you on her militant, revolutionary, feminist call to action. Hundreds of pictures and personal stories transport the audience to each time and place she describes.

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Suffrage Wagon News Channel (SuffrageWagon.org) is a sister site to Suffrage Centennials. SWNC has been publishing since 2009.