Make tea, a gift to loved ones, plus pre-inauguration party for ERA!

Make a cup of hot tea: From Suffrage Wagon Cooking School on Vimeo.

International Women’s Day is in March. Get ready now to plan for observing and celebrating the day!

THE WORK BEGAN WHEN AUTHOR MARGUERITE KEARNS WAS TEN YEARS OLD

There are few folks left with a direct contact with this part of women’s history—one that is rapidly slipping away. That’s why “An Unfinished Revolution: Edna Buckman Kearns and the Struggle for Women’s Rights” is a book to read, a book to consult with, and a work that puts flesh and memories on a very important part of American history. The work will emerge from the publishing pipeline in June of 2021.

JANUARY 2019 WAS WHEN THE AUTHOR CARRIED A PHOTO OF HER GRANDPARENTS IN THE ANNUAL WOMEN’S MARCH IN HER HOMETOWN

“Women in the United States have been marching for equality and their rights for more than 100 years,” Kearns says. She realizes that a century is more than enough time to get the message across. “We deserve better. We expect free and safe elections, and there’s no guarantee yet of this outcome.” She agrees that many freedom struggles are “unfinished.”

A THANK YOU TO ROAMING WRITERS OF SANTA FE, NM

A great deal of the book, An Unfinished Revolution: Edna Buckman Kearns and the Struggle for Women’s Rights by Marguerite Kearns, was workshopped by the Roaming Writers in Santa Fe, New Mexico over a period of several years. Thanks to the Roaming Writers for the ongoing support, as well as Collected Works in Santa Fe where many of the weekly meetings were held.The web site for the book by Marguerite Kearns is Unfinished-Revolution.com. The pub date is June 1, 2021.

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