BOOKS, FILM, EXHIBITS, AND NMEWS UPDATES CAN’T TELL THE ENTIRE STORY
Robert P.J. Cooney Jr. has released an update to his previous 2020 suffrage centennial news published in the Gazette of the National Women’s History Alliance. The coverage contains centennial products, contacts at state organizations, and news updates about the 2020 national celebration. His PDF news blasts summarize the best of what’s out there.
Writer Marguerite Kearns muses about her book now in the publication pipeline for release in June of 2021 (“An Unfinished Revolution”). “It’s difficult to piece together what really happened behind the scenes in my family as my grandparents Edna and Wilmer participated in the early women’s rights movement…I had to reconstruct an enormous puzzle to end up with the truth,” she said recently.
ONE PAST VIDEO HIGHLIGHTED THE 1915 ACTIVITY OF SUFFRAGIST ACTIVIST EDNA KEARNS
EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT EFFORT MOVES AHEAD IN THE COURTS
From the ERA Coalition: “The battle for the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) entered another phase as 52 prominent women’s rights and social justice groups across the country filed an amicus curiae brief opposing the efforts of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to stop the Equal Rights Amendment following its ratification by Nevada, Illinois and Virginia – the final three of the thirty-eight states required for an amendment to the Constitution.
ATTEND AN ONLINE DEDICATION CEREMONY AT THE GRAVE OF EDNA KEARNS
Online observance. October 1-30, 2020. SuffrageWagon.org/BurialGroundDedication. 505-982-0241 for more information.
ZOOM dedication service (live) on a specific date in October 2020 will be announced. Check the web page announcing the burial ground dedication: SuffrageWagon.org/BurialGroundDedication
VISIT OUR SISTER SUFFRAGE SITES—
We’re persisting in remembering our US suffrage martyr: InezMilhollandCentennial.com
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