Marguerite Kearns September 21, 2018

YouTube video on some of the turning points of women’s rights history. This isn’t something we were taught in school. If you were, bravo! But chances are, you’ve never been presented with an easy-to-understand timeline of the gradual progress toward equality that continues to this day. Put March, Women’s History Month on your calendar for […]

Marguerite Kearns September 17, 2018

 Chef Ted Cutting pays a visit to Suffrage Wagon Cooking School! on Vimeo. RECIPES & COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS: Make Chinese Fortune Cookies at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School on Vimeo. Chinese fortune cookies on Vimeo. How to make hot tea at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School on Vimeo. How to make great coffee at Suffrage Wagon Cooking […]

Marguerite Kearns September 14, 2018

Welcome to Suffrage Wagon Cafe—_ The first woman reporter on the Moon! VIDEO on Vimeo. Vintage photos from the first wave of women’s rights movement! on Vimeo. Our special program at Suffrage Wagon Cafe features the first woman reporter on the moon and a performance by Gerri Gribi of the vintage song, “Oh, dear, what can the […]

Marguerite Kearns September 12, 2018

CONTROVERSY—on the Six O’Clock Program of Suffrage Wagon News Channel! on Vimeo. Point of View by Marguerite Kearns Suffrage Wagon News Channel has been publishing since 2009. Back then, when I mentioned the first wave of the women’s rights movement in the US to others, I was met with stares, yawns, and eyes glazed over. This […]

Marguerite Kearns September 7, 2018

Long Island women’s suffrage activists featured in an exhibit! on Vimeo. Long Island (NY)’s Suffolk County Historical Society (300 West Main Street, Riverhead, NY) has moved the exhibit of Long Island votes for women activists to a more permanent exhibit location at the Society’s headquarters in Riverhead, NY. Edna Kearns is among the suffragists included in […]

Marguerite Kearns September 4, 2018

Tea houses are important for organizing during the first wave of the women’s rights movement. The concern continues today about the working conditions of tea employees, many of whom are women.

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