Tag: Alice Paul

VIDEOS: Celebration of first wave of women’s rights movement in US!

Two videos that bring the first wave of the women’s rights movement onto your mobile device or home page. We’ve been publishing since 2009….


Juicy first wave women’s rights news, and a video! Reminder about Convention Days!

There’s a press conference on July 19, 2018 to announce the sculptor of the Stanton/Anthony statue for NYC….


A gift for Mother’s Day—in memory of Matilda Joslyn Gage!

BRAVO! Here at Suffrage Wagon News Channel we’ve been advocating for years that tea become a theme of our celebrations. …


“Tea with Alice and Me” premier in January 2018 and work underway for a women’s history trail

    Dear Santa, This is what we wanted for Christmas. . . on Vimeo. We asked Santa on several occasions for a national women’s trial. Plans are underway to work on this initiative. However, it is something that volunteers are taking responsibility for through the National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites. It is being referred…


January is Hot Tea Month at Suffrage Wagon Cafe: How to make hot tea & Alice Paul program!

Make a cup of hot tea: From Suffrage Wagon Cooking School on Vimeo. January is Hot Tea Month at Suffrage Wagon News Channel! on Vimeo. At Suffrage Wagon Cafe we’re promoting our partner, Suffrage Wagon Cooking School, where we are out to set a mood, that of bringing us all together with a reminder of how to…


Alice & Tea at the Suffrage Wagon Cafe: A Kickstarter for suffragist Alice Paul!

The Suffrage Wagon Cafe is open. Join us for women’s suffrage history, events and issues! on Vimeo.  “TEA with ALICE and ME”  LAUNCH THE KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN FOR A NEW PROGRAM ABOUT SUFFRAGE ACTIVIST ALICE PAUL ! The Intersecting Lives of Two Militant Visionaries Written and Presented by Zoe Nicholson A Wild West Women Production We always…


Can the U.S. catch up to the U.K. in suffrage movement awareness? Marguerite’s Musings

VIDEO: “Marguerite’s Musings” is a regular column about women’s history! on Vimeo. by Marguerite Kearns The United States is racing to catch up with the United Kingdom that has been far ahead in terms of bringing awareness of the historic women’s suffrage movement to public attention in recent years. Keep in mind that American audiences haven’t…


Last podcast of the “Night of Terror” audio series

by Marguerite Kearns Day #13. Here is Podcast #8 of the audio series, the “Night of Terror.” Production by Suffrage Wagon News Channel. Audio by Librivox. Reading by Kate West. From Doris Stevens’ “Jailed for Freedom,” 1920. The entire “Night of Terror” audio podcast series. I’ve been blogging continuously for a total of twelve days now in…


Alice Paul called my grandmother Edna Kearns “a peach”

Marguerite’s Musings: Just found a letter from a Massachusetts friend of my grandmother Edna Kearns. Most likely it was written in 1917 because the friend talks about the arrests at the White House and how in a conversation with Alice Paul, Edna’s name came up and Alice Paul called her “a peach.” Letters like this…


Marguerite’s Musings during Day #10 and Podcast #5, plus video

by Marguerite Kearns Day #10 and Podcast #5. More alarming reports reached the outside from Lucy Burns about the “Night of Terror,” –messages written on small scraps of paper. Follow the continuing story on Podcast #5 of the  audio series. Nothing pretty. First-person accounts. Being held down and force fed. Not easy to know about, but essential…