Suffrage Wagon News Channel features audio podcasts for classroom and general educational use in cooperation with Librivox.
“Trouble Brewing in Seneca Falls.” Podcast #1. Podcast #2. Podcast #3. Podcast #4. Podcast #5. Podcast #6. Podcast #7. The story of the women of Seneca Falls, NY who planned the 1848 women’s rights convention. These audio podcasts tell how these activists had to get out of their comfort zone to pull off a social revolt in mind and spirit that sent shock waves through the nation in 1848. These selections by Elizabeth Cady Stanton are from her memoir, Eighty Years and More. Audio by LibriVox. Production by Suffrage Wagon News Channel.
“Playing Politics with the President.” Podcast #1. Podcast #2. Podcast #3. Podcast #4. Podcast #5. Podcast #6. Podcast #7. Podcast #8. Podcast #9. This podcast series shows how from 1913 to 1917 that bolder tactics and strategies would become necessary if American women were to win the right to vote. Success came about as a result of everyone working together, especially the contributions of feisty devil-may-care types who worked alongside more traditional types of women. These podcasts are from Jailed For Freedom by Doris Stevens. Audio by LibriVox. Production by Suffrage Wagon News Channel.
“The Night of Terror.” Podcast #1. Podcast #2. Podcast #3. Podcast #4. Podcast #5. Podcast #6. Podcast #7. Podcast #8. The story of how militant women suffrage activists were beaten and terrorized one night in their prison cells near the nation’s capitol in 1917. This audio narrative series isn’t for the faint of heart. The stories told here don’t represent the sentiment of all of the suffrage activists, but rather a segment of them who didn’t mind stepping out of women’s traditional roles and putting their bodies on the line. All of the activists contributed to the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920. These podcasts are from Jailed For Freedom by Doris Stevens. Audio by LibriVox. Production by Suffrage Wagon News Channel.
Marguerite Kearns speaks about her grandmother on a 2014 Chick History podcast that covers 50 American women in a series.
The U.S. Congress resolution declaring August 26th as Women’s Equality Day. Reading by Amelia Bowen for Suffrage Wagon News Channel.
Reading of the Declaration of Sentiments at Seneca Falls by Amelia Bowen for Suffrage Wagon News Channel. Listen to the strong words of 1848 that have held their power for more than 150 years.
AUDIO of readings of newspaper accounts of the presentation of the “Spirit of 1776” campaign wagon to the New York State Woman Suffrage Association in July of 1913. This is when Edna Buckman Kearns left NYC with her daughter Serena and suffrage activist Irene Davison for a month of campaigning on Long Island for the vote.
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 trailblazing investigative reporting.
“Choose it and Use it” is a video reminding us of how the past is linked to what we do today and its impact on the future.