Historic marker deadline extended. Plus New Year’s ERA Party & Book about a love story!

DEADLINE EXTENDED FOR VOTES FOR WOMEN TRAIL

January 15, 2021 is the new deadline for submission to the National Votes for Women Trail. Completed applications for historic markers should be submitted by 11:59 p.m., Pacific Time.

DON’T FORGET TO PARTY FOR THE NEW YEAR!

Forget trying to retire SuffrageCentennials.com if the United States still hasn’t passed the Equal Rights Amendment, now referred to as the proposed 28th Amendment to the US Constitution. There is legal action pending and a holiday party planned. The draft Equal Rights Amendment has been kicking around for almost 100 years. Onward…


MARGUERITE KEARNS FACES A HARD QUESTION FROM A READER!

Marguerite has enough on her hands to spread the word about her upcoming book from SUNY Press in June 2021, and yet she has issued a challenge. She is asking readers to present some hard questions about the real people  in her book, “An Unfinished Revolution.” The first one has come in. Contact her at MargueriteKearns at gmail.com

Here’s the first question:

WHAT DID YOU THINK WHEN YOUR MOTHER TOLD YOU THAT BESS, EDNA’S BEST FRIEND, HAD A REPUTATION FOR BEING AN “OLD MAID” AND A “TROUBLEMAKER?”

STAY TUNED TO LOG INTO QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON—

Unfinished-Revolution.com

Here on SuffrageCentennials.com, we’re putting a human face on American history while we’re including women in the national story.

Join the centennial celebration with Edna Kearns and the 1915 NYS suffrage referendum on Vimeo.

SuffrageCentennials.com has been publishing since 2013.

There’s a web platform for the book by Marguerite Kearns about one family and how the early women’s rights movement made a difference up to and including today. Check it out.

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