Audio podcasts for the classroom on suffrage history!

Audio podcasts for the classroom on suffrage history!

Goal of 200 storytelling videos about women’s suffrage movement makes learning American history easy for young people on Vimeo. THREE AUDIO PODCAST SERIES THAT SHOW THE U.S. SUFFRAGE ACTIVISTS FOR THE COMPLEX AND PERSISTENT INDIVIDUALS THEY WERE: (1.) “Trouble Brewing in Seneca Falls.” Podcast #1. Podcast #2. Podcast #3. Podcast #4. Podcast #5. Podcast #6. Podcast #7. (2.) “Playing Politics with the President.”...

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Honor the grandmothers in the kitchen!

Honor the grandmothers in the kitchen!

Honor the grandmothers in the kitchen! on Vimeo. The year 2016 is an election year –more reason than ever to remember the grandmothers and great grandmothers who spent more than 72 years working to win voting rights for women. When you visit Suffrage Wagon Cooking School you’ll see a representative sampling of the cooking demonstrations during 2015, plus an archive. Chef Marguerite is your host.   Follow Suffrage Wagon News...

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Birthday party on December 25 for Edna Kearns & Martha Wright!

Birthday party on December 25 for Edna Kearns & Martha Wright!

Wish Edna Kearns a happy birthday by supporting permanent exhibit of her suffrage wagon! on Vimeo. Happy Birthday, Edna Buckman Kearns, suffrage activist! on Vimeo. Happy birthday Edna Kearns and Martha Wright on December 25th. Tara Bloyd, Edna’s great granddaughter, signed in support of funding for the New York State women’s suffrage centennial commission. See letter sent to NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo to urge inclusion of the...

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A Major Accomplishment of 2015: Support for “Spirit of 1776” wagon’s permanent exhibit!

A Major Accomplishment of 2015: Support for “Spirit of 1776” wagon’s permanent exhibit!

Help us celebrate a major media campaign defining 2015. We’ve been spreading the word about the ongoing effort to support the New York State Museum in putting the “Spirit of 1776” suffrage Wagon on permanent exhibit. We were thrilled when Newsday (Long Island, NY) published a two-page spread in June 2015 about the campaign. The effort to support the NYS Museum’s permanent exhibition of the “Spirit of 1776”...

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Check out our public radio features & suffrage movement history podcasts!!

Check out our public radio features & suffrage movement history podcasts!!

Introducing audio features on Vimeo with Marguerite Kearns, your host. ON THE SCENE REPORT: Marguerite Kearns covers a ERA rally for public radio about the Equal Rights Amendment legislation in the U.S. Congress. RADIO INTERVIEW: Marguerite Kearns interviews director and producer of “10 Days in a Madhouse” (Timothy Hines and Susan Goforth) for public radio. The film about investigative reporter Nellie Bly features her...

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“A Black and White Christmas in 1823,” by Elizabeth Cady Stanton

“A Black and White Christmas in 1823,” by Elizabeth Cady Stanton

2015 is the 200th birthday of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Here’s what she had to say about Christmas in 1823. Two large and diverse events in New York City and Seneca Falls, NY in November 2015 brought many people together to remember that the women’s rights movement in the United States was long and uphill. This holiday message adds to the year’s birthday observance. Note that Peter, referred to in this piece, is key to this...

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