Much to be thankful for during 2021: from SuffrageCentennials.com


PETE SEEGER SANG: “INCH BY INCH, ROW BY ROW, WE WILL MAKE THIS GARDEN GROW!”

Did you know that Pete Seeger’s aunt was a well-known suffrage activist? Find out the story in An Unfinished Revolution: Edna Buckman Kearns and the Struggle for Women’s Rights?

Our special wish for Christmas—Ask Santa to put in a good word for Marguerite Kearns’s book! on Vimeo.

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News from SuffrageCentennials.com

IN 2013 WHEN SUFFRAGECENTENNIALS.COM STARTED PUBLISHING, VERY FEW AMERICANS KNEW ABOUT THE 2020 SUFFRAGE CENTENNIAL!

NOW, VOTING RIGHTS FOR EVERYONE IS AN ISSUE THAT CAN’T BE IGNORED!

Women’s Marches & Parades: “The Song of the Women” from Marguerite Kearns on Vimeo.

START THINKING NOW ABOUT CELEBRATING MARCH-

  1. INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
  2. WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

SUPPORT AUGUST 26TH—WOMEN’S EQUALITY DAY!

Sign the online petition the Partners of the National Women’s History Alliance has been circulating.

SuffrageCentennials.com has been publishing since 2013.

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Get ready for the holidays at SuffrageCentennials.com

Holiday greetings for SuffrageCentennials fans! on Vimeo.

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The story of Edna and Wilmer’s romance revealed—a suffrage story!

Bess tells about Wilmer Kearns and Edna Buckman meeting in secret! on Vimeo.

More of the drama is revealed in the book, An Unfinished Revolution” by Marguerite Kearns. Visit the book’s digital platform.

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March 2022 isn’t far away—Women’s History Month! And lend your support to August 26th!

Our work requires thought, planning, and preparation.

Start planning now for Women’s History Month in March. And we’re working on building support to make August 26th, Women’s Equality Day, a national holiday. Have you signed a petition? Have you done your part in getting support from your state or organization?


Get ready for Women’s History Month in March! on Vimeo.

We need your help in building a support infrastructure for making August 26th a national holiday!

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Nellie Bly postcards from Kenneth Florey suffrage collection…

A Nellie Bly special: Trade Cards from the collection of Kenneth Florey on Vimeo.

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Suffrage tea houses were popular among women to discuss human rights…why?

WHY WERE TEAHOUSES POPULAR OVER 100 YEARS AGO?

Who would have thought that the popularity of suffrage tea houses in the early women’s rights campaigning had to do with bathrooms?

City public places often didn’t have bathrooms for women. And the Market Street tea house in downtown Philadelphia became a place for voting rights meetings as well a place where Edna and Wilmer met as a place to get to know each other.

FIND OUT THE STORY OF HOW EDNA AND WILMER FELL IN LOVE IN THE BOOK BY MARGUERITE KEARNS.

Suffrage Storytelling is included in the book by Marguerite Kearns… on Vimeo.

Unfinished-Revolution.com has been publishing since 2020.

We need your help in building a support infrastructure for making August 26th a national holiday!

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HAPPY Halloween! WVCI news! Women’s voting rights didn’t come easy!

2020 Women’s Vote Centennial Initiative continues sharing news about centennial activity through the end of this year. WVCI hosted two programs with the National Archives on the centennial celebration itself—what happened and what was learned from it. Visit 2020Centennial.org

Inez Milholland French Onion Soup at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School on Vimeo.

Suffrage history advocates did cartwheels to get attention for suffrage centennials and certain issues. This video, above, honors Inez Milholland, the US suffrage martyr.

 

 

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SUFFRAGE FANS: Shop at a farmers’ market this fall, plus news!

In the event that my friends have the impression that I’m a one-channel station, take a look at the video about the Española Farmers Market in New Mexico where I’m been blogging and documenting images of produce since 2007. October is usually the last month before farmers’ markets close for the season. Here’s a sampling in the video I made a few years ago.

The Espanola Farmers Market in New Mexico! on Vimeo.

I have also been blogging about my grandmother Edna’s suffrage campaign wagon and related news since 2009 on Suffrage Wagon News Channel.

And I’m spreading the word about my book, An Unfinished Revolution: Edna Buckman Kearns and the Struggle for Women’s Rights.

Of course, there are suffrage centennials to follow as long as necessary. SuffrageCentennials.com has been publishing since 2013.

 

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Book tells story of Edna Kearns and family! Exercise your voting rights…

Marguerite Kearns’s book highlights her grandmother, Edna Kearns! on Vimeo.

Choose the VOTE and use it: Don’t forget! on Vimeo.

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