Happy New Year from SuffrageCentennials.com—plus a New Year Resolution!

A NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION

We’re going to do everything in our power during 2021 to support August 26th—Women’s Equality Day—becoming a national holiday. We’re behind the Equal Rights Amendment being added to the US Constitution, and for the nations of Planet Earth to get together to make a plan about bringing climate change under control.

A HAPPY NEW YEAR WITH NEWS NOTES FROM ALL OVER. . .

It’s all around us…amazement about the extraordinary accomplishment about celebrating 2020, the 100th anniversary of US women voting. There’s still plenty of work to be done, but congrats, all of us. Who would have thought the centennial would pick up steam like it did? Many volunteers have been working behind the scenes for years to build this momentum.

VIDEO ABOUT THE CHALLENGE WILMER KEARNS FACES ABOUT WINNING EDNA’S LOVE

“Wilmer Kearns has a challenge on his hands!” on Vimeo.

QUESTION FACING SUFFRAGE CENTENNIAL READERS…

Did you see the New York Times article about Marguerite Kearns in August 2020, “Living Legacy of Suffrage”? The suffrage book in the publishing pipeline from SUNY Press is mentioned.

Here it is as a Happy New Year’s reminder—

SUNY PRESS HAS THE STORY OF EDNA AND WILMER IN ITS SPRING 2021 CATALOG

Find out about the suffrage family history by Marguerite Kearns, published by SUNY Press, to be released in June of 2021. An Unfinished Revolution:Edna Buckman Kearns and the Struggle for Women’s Rights.

SuffrageCentennials.com has been publishing since 2013. We started immediately to promote the national suffrage centennial in 2020. Back in 2013, few people had even thought of 2020 for a national party. Now, the participation is astonishing.

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