August 26th is Still Women’s Equality Day in the United States!

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The 2017 suffrage centennial celebration at the New York State Museum was magnificent. The completion of the draft of the equal rights amendment to the US Constitution was in 1923. This means another VERY important centennial ahead of us. We reach the 100th anniversary of US women busy on this task in 2023.

And we’re reaching the end of our patience here at Those volunteers who fainted at the computer met the deadline so that we can continue a little longer while waiting to hear about the results of the grant application recently submitted. We’ll never forget the accomplishments and sweet victories of the past decade when we were optimistic and our eyes were filled with delight during moments when we published regularly about the future ahead.

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One of many accomplishments of the past decade was the publication from SUNY Press (State University of New York) of the book, An Unfinished Revolution: Edna Buckman Kearns and the Struggle for Women’s Rights.

For bookings and interviews, leave a message for Marguerite Kearns (855) toll free 553 3666.


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