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Link to the award-winning video with music from Eighty Bugg that honors Edna Kearns and the tens of thousands of those who stepped forward to work for women’s right to vote.


The 2020 Women’s Vote Centennial Initiative is offering friends the opportunity to receive a book celebrating the Nineteenth Amendment and to have copies sent to some of your supporters and members without cost.

The WVCI partnered with the British publisher St. James House in London on a handsome illustrated book marking the women’s suffrage centennial and promoting advances for women since then.  Delayed like everything else, it will be published the spring of 2021. The working title is A Vote for Women.

St. James has asked WVCI to submit 1,000 names, mail and email addresses of individuals interested in women’s rights and voting rights who would appreciate and share the book. Needed are the names and mailing addresses (for mailing books) and email addresses (for e-books and book launch invitations) of individuals by Tuesday, December 15. Any information provided will remain confidential and will only be used for this purpose.  A virtual book launch is scheduled for late March 2021. Send names to

Get busy baking to honor a suffrage activist at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School! on Vimeo.

News updates from Suffrage Wagon News Channel

Don’t forget the holiday gift ideas available at the National Women’s History Alliance web site.

The UCR concert band performed an arrangement of “Standing on the Shoulders,” a theme song of the 2020 suffrage centennial. Bravo to composer Joyce Rouse.


Suffrage Wagon Cooking School relies on its wood-burning stove to produce great treats, tea and coffee that’s served at the Suffrage Wagon Cafe. has been promoting special events and celebrations since 2013.

Check out the web platform for the book by Marguerite Kearns—An Unfinished Revolution: Edna Buckman Kearns and the Struggle for Women’s Rights. It will be released by SUNY Press in June of 2021.


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