The State of Nevada is celebrating its suffrage centennial with events and activities. Everything is laid out on a great web site where you’ll find events, suffragist biographies, a blog, and a store. That’s not all. November 7th is the anniversary day for Nevada women winning the vote. There’s a three-part television series called “Makers: Women in Nevada History” that’s scheduled to run on Vegas PBS starting this week.
In other news: Tuesday, November 4th is election day in the nation. Don’t forget to vote! Vision 2020, a coalition working for gender equality in preparation for the national suffrage centennial, is calling for a one hundred percent turnout of women in 2020, the year of the U.S. suffrage centennial. Realistic? Vision 2020 doesn’t think so. Are you planning a suffrage centennial event? Are you gathering support for a suffrage centennial observance? Let us know at SuffrageCentennials.com. Send your notices and news to: Suffrage Centennials at gmail dot com. Follow Suffrage Centennials by way of Twitter and email subscription.