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Video about Women’s Voting Rights—on Vimeo.

We produce videos about the suffrage movement in the tradition of guerilla filmmaking: low budget, use of existing public domain and shared resources, and a spirit that moves us out into the world by the seat of our pants. What’s that spirit? The “Spirit of 1776” naturally.

Highlights of “An Unfinished Revolution” by Marguerite Kearns on Vimeo.

Marguerite’s mouth is moving because she has so much to say about her voting rights activist grandparents. The content of what she has to say is in the book from SUNY Press in the publishing pipeline from SUNY Press (State University of New York).

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5 Responses to Videos

  1. Renee Rivers says:

    I never cared to vote after I turned 18. Up until recently when I read these stories and saw what women did so I could have the right to vote today, it really changed my mind about the topic. I plan on voting this fall for the first time. What an inspiration these women are.

  2. Jackie Peltier says:

    Suffrage Wagon News Channel isn’t light around the middle when it comes to videos. The selections are short. One or two minutes. Perfect. Just like I line them. Keep on going!

  3. Olivia Twine says:

    I love these videos! Great music, great film editing, and a major insight about women smoking! You’re talent and skills are a blessing for women and men who appreciate the value of equality.

  4. Sharon T. Kelley, from Vermont says:

    You have done a lot of work with these videos. Makes it easy to understand.

  5. Miriam Bagley says:

    What a collection of videos. So much love!

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