This web site, SuffrageCentennials.com, owes a great deal to the volunteers who for a decade from 2010 to 2020 had a vision. We were going to celebrate 100 years of US women voting by continuing our postings and spending the time and effort to do what we could to contribute to the effort of getting an equal rights amendment included in the US Constitution.
So we are working, and reaching out to others on Planet Earth who are also facing obstacles.
ACTION LETTER #4 TO GET THE US SENATE OFF ITS DUFF
Find out what you can do to get the US Senate to a vote on getting rid of the ERA ratification time limits. Below is Letter #1 to mover and shaker Chuck Schumer, Hart Senate Building, Room 322. Washington, DC 20510.
Next year is the 100th year of US women working on an equal rights amendment to the US Constitution. That’s why SuffrageCentennials.com is involved.
OUR SUCCESSES AND LIMITATIONS IN BRINGING WOMEN TOGETHER
We were successful in part. The worldwide pandemic limited the activities, but there were many centennial accomplishments in 2020 in spite of the lockdowns and different issues popping up in many quarters. We completed our goals of a celebration. Then the atmosphere shifted with court decisions and new priorities. The handwriting is on the wall. We are leaning in the direction of 2023 with the 100th anniversary of US women working for an equal rights amendment to the US Constitution.
Our vision has prevailed. And now new generations are carrying the torch. The world is in a turmoil and some citizens believe we are headed into a downturn as far as women are concerned. Others have different points of view. We’re urging others to keep an equal rights amendment to the US Constitution alive and center in our hopes and dreams.
AN ENDING TO THE VOLUNTEER EFFORTS AFTER CLOSE TO A DECADE?
As of the end of 2022 approaches, Suffrage Wagon News Channel will continue publishing. The Spirit of 1776 suffrage campaign wagon will move forward as part of the permanent collection of the New York State Museum. Thanks to the many friends of supporters of SuffrageCentennials.com
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