Projects

Class of 2020

Posted by on Mar 6, 2013 in Projects

Class of 2020

A primary initiative of Votes for Women 2020 will be to educate young girls to the hard work that granted them the rights they now enjoy and strive to inspire them to continue the work the suffragists undertook. Votes for Women 2020 will brand the Class of 2020 by working with the 13 year olds of today who will be 18 and able to vote for the first time in the Presidential election of 2020. Votes for Women will work with groups like the Girl Scouts and PTA to develop programs to educate girls in the history of the women’s vote, thus making voting a milestone and create lifelong...

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Women’s Rights Heritage Trail

Posted by on Mar 6, 2013 in Projects

Women’s Rights Heritage Trail

The genesis of the Suffrage movement took place in an area of western New York stretching from Rochester to Syracuse. Within this area exists many historic sites that set the backdrop for the nascent movement. Sites include places where people associated with the women’s right to vote lived, worked, studied, worshipped, gathered and participated in social, civic and reformist events. While some residences and sites are open to the public, many are not. The Women’s Rights Trail would include a signed auto route linking the sites together, guidebooks, indoor and outdoor exhibits,...

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Traveling Exhibit

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Traveling Exhibit

High tech traveling museum/exhibit traversing all 50 states with a concentration on schools and community...

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Live Performance

Posted by on Mar 6, 2013 in Projects

Live Performance

Readings  about the women’s movement .”Brimstone, Booze and the Ballot — A Dialogue from the letters of Susan B. Anthony and Matilda Joslyn Gage” debuted March 22, 2013, in Rosendale, New York. The project was produced jointly by the Susan B. Anthony House, theMatilda Joslyn Gage Foundation, and Votes for Women 2020.   Read about  “Brimstone, Booze, and the Ballot” program  Preview of the program. New York History overview. New Paltz blog...

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