A Night out on the town at Suffrage Wagon Cafe—Marguerite Kearns Point of View #3

A Night out on the town at Suffrage Wagon Cafe—Marguerite Kearns Point of View #3

Marguerite Kearns’ 2015 welcome message: at Suffrage Wagon Cafe! on Vimeo. THROUGH THE EYE OF MARGUERITE KEARNS: (Point of View) A red carpet was rolled out for me when I showed up recently for VIP night at Suffrage Wagon Café. The room was filled with those of us who have kept the faith since I started blogging in 2009 (SuffrageWagon.org) about voting rights activism. The focus has been on my grandmother, Edna Kearns (1882-1934), and...

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New York State Capitol gets behind 2017 women’s suffrage centennial: Suffrage Wagon Cafe

New York State Capitol gets behind 2017 women’s suffrage centennial: Suffrage Wagon Cafe

State of New York rolls out red carpet for 100 years of women voting on Vimeo. NYS Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul launched the 100th anniversary of women voting in the state by announcing the Women’s Suffrage Commission’s website: www.ny.gov/suffrage. It provides information about upcoming events across the state, profiles New York suffragists, and draws attention to historic destinations relevant to the suffrage movement...

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Program at Suffrage Wagon Cafe coming soon!

Program at Suffrage Wagon Cafe coming soon!

Suffrage Wagon Cafe’s new program coming soon! on Vimeo. During March 2017 (Women’s History Month) we’ll be circulating a Suffrage Wagon News Channel newsletter. And there will be a special program at Suffrage Wagon Cafe. “Through the Eye of Marguerite Kearns” is a new point of view column by Marguerite Kearns. Celebrate women’s freedom to vote and appreciate the strong shoulders on which we stand. Follow...

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Woodstock, New York and its women’s suffrage ties

Woodstock, New York and its women’s suffrage ties

Woodstock, New York: Travel to this distinct Hudson Valley town! on Vimeo. The State of New York kicked off the 2017 suffrage centennial in Albany, NY on March 1, 2017, Women’s History Month. And Woodstock Times (Woodstock, NY) published the story by Marguerite Kearns about how the “Spirit of 1776” wagon had Woodstock, NY ties and came to be part of New York State history. Olivia Twine highlighted the exhibition of the...

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“We’ve come a long way, baby. But does women’s suffrage hurt?”—Marguerite Kearns #2 Point of View

“We’ve come a long way, baby. But does women’s suffrage hurt?”—Marguerite Kearns #2 Point of View

        Edna Kearns gets attention for her women’s suffrage work! on Vimeo. THROUGH THE EYE OF MARGUERITE KEARNS (Point of View) When I first started blogging  in 2009 about my grandmother Edna Kearns and her votes for women activism, most people had no idea what I meant when I referred to the “women’s suffrage movement.” “Suffrage? Does it hurt?” one friend asked me. “The word...

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Travel Tip—Visit New York State for its 2017 suffrage centennial: Suffrage Wagon Cafe

Travel Tip—Visit New York State for its 2017 suffrage centennial: Suffrage Wagon Cafe

Travel to celebrate the 2017 New York State suffrage centennial! on Vimeo. Welcome to Suffrage Wagon Cafe where we stretch out and enjoy catching up on what’s happening with suffrage news, views, events and celebrations. There’s a great deal going on in New York this year in observance of 100 years of women voting in the state. This is a long-anticipated observance and the cultural arts scene is already buzzing with literature,...

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