Sojourner Truth is honored during this centennial year, especially with the unveiling of a statue honoring the early women’s rights movement scheduled for Central Park in New York City.
Some incredible programming is coming with August 26th in mind this year. Last night, for example, the cast of “The Suffragist” hosted a conversation about the delay of the production due to the pandemic closures. A song honoring Inez Milholland, the US suffrage martyr, was fabulous, and perhaps it stood out even more due to the digital format.
We won’t be closing up shop after 2020 is over. Because of the public health emergency, many voting rights centennial celebrations were delayed or cancelled altogether. Keep SuffrageCentennials.com on your list to check over the next year.
And in 2023, US women will have been working on an Equal Rights Amendment to add to its Constitution for 100 years.
The above promotional copy about the 2020 women’s voting rights centennial is from the Gazette, a publication of the National Women’s History Alliance.
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SuffrageCentennials.com has been publishing since 2013. There are so many events schedued that we can only post a fraction of them. This is, in itself, a victory.