Marguerite Kearns

Marguerite Kearns June 18, 2018

Edna Kearns raised money for the women’s suffrage movement and gave canning lessons to women who wanted to hear about how voting could lead to increased human rights. This struggle involved tens of thousands of women, many of whom who could agree on one thing—leaving the kitchen and participating in the broader society. They didn’t […]

Marguerite Kearns June 11, 2018

How do suffrage stories speak to us today? The “Spirit of 1776” reminds us of the long history of individuals and organizations reaching out toward change. They had no idea in the moment of the impact of what they were doing. What’s the message for today? Think outside the box. Even if you’re convinced your cause […]

Marguerite Kearns June 8, 2018

SPECIAL VIDEO FEATURE: Interview with songwriter and performer Eighty Bug about the “Spirit of 1776” song she wrote and produced about the suffrage wagon used by Edna Kearns in the New York State votes for women movement. The “Spirit of 1776” horse-drawn wagon was exhibited at the New York State Museum from 2017 to 2018 […]

Marguerite Kearns June 4, 2018

VIDEO about taking cooking classes! Greek Cooking at Suffrage Wagon Cooking School  on Vimeo. Take a vacation and appreciate the culinary arts without leaving town. Because we practice what we teach, a day with Chef Margo Taylor offering “Glorious Greek Cuisine” turned into a day out on the town with terrific food and fun cooking […]

Marguerite Kearns June 1, 2018

VIDEO SPECIAL: Let’s not forget our mission. To unite the past, present, and future. And not to take the right to vote for granted. It is more than the right. Our grandmothers, great grandmothers, family members and ancestors intended for the system of elections to be fair, honest, and accessible. This video is dedicated to […]

Marguerite Kearns May 28, 2018

NEWS FROM SUFFRAGE WAGON NEWS CHANNEL: Interest is increasing from around the nation by women planning to run for the U.S. House of Representatives. Many of these candidates are focusing on health care, education, early childhood development, family leave, and workplace equality. This year is the 170th anniversary of the 1848 women’s rights convention held […]

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