Suffrage Centennials is shifting to a digital platform!

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CELEBRATION OF 2020 HAS COME A LONG WAY

The celebration of 2020, the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote in the United States wasn’t a miracle that just happened. It is the result of hundreds of volunteers. For the past decade we have been networking and organizing with one goal in mind—that 2020 wouldn’t come and go without a splash.

STILL A LONG WAY TO GO…

This is a news alert. We have to make an immediate shift to digital presentations in order to keep the anniversary alive.

Back in 2013 when SuffrageCentennials.com started publishing, the future wasn’t secure at all. Many public officials weren’t even sure what the word “suffrage” meant. A few asked, “Does suffrage hurt?”

Persistence. That’s what kept the momentum moving forward. Determination and spirit. Now it’s 2020 and there’s so much going on that we couldn’t have anticipated. However, the goal of equality and an end to second class citizenship for girls and women is by no means realized.

THE BEHIND THE SCENES CAMPAIGNS

The “Spirit of 1776” campaign was one of many sponsored by Suffrage Wagon News Channel to keep the 2020 centennial in the public awareness.

The importance of March and Women’s History Month has been an ongoing contributor to this rite of passage.

That’s why your support is essential during 2020. Support centennials programs. Sponsor an event for friends, family, or your organization either live or on a digital platform.

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Don’t forget that Inez Milholland, the US suffrage martyr, has renewed interest during 2020. Check in with InezMilhollandCentennial.com  Stay in touch with news sources online featuring Inez Milholland.

 

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