- Oregon’s suffrage centennial has some novel programs, such as the traveling sash that’s photographed as it moves around the state (called “Follow the Sash”). A sash is available for $15 from the Oregon Women’s History Consortium. The centennial web site, “Century of Action,” has historical documents, essays, news, events, and suffrage history.
- Glencoe Elementary Suffrage Singers are shown above with Oregon’s first female governor, Barbara Roberts. The choir performed an original suffrage song called “Hey Mister” for audiences. Photo by Andie Petkus, courtesy of Oregon Women’s History Consortium, Century of Action project.
- For some of the Arizona suffrage centennial highlights, follow this link. New play part of Arizona celebration.
- Novel published in time for Kansas suffrage centennial celebration.
- You can subscribe to Suffrage Wagon News Channel on several platforms.
- Everything boils down to good storytelling. And the women's suffrage movement has great tales to tell. Follow along. http://t.co/0j7YhuWwmb 8 hours ago
- Award for Marguerite Kearns & Suffrage Wagon News Channel for opinion and storytelling. suffragewagon.org/?p=9869 #women #VotesforWomen 1 day ago
- Suffrage activist descendant disputes comparison of Kate Middleton to suffragettes in England. theguardian.com/commentisfree/… #VotesforWomen 1 day ago
- Hollywood is sexist. This news has been around, but not so much with stars driving home the point. dailylife.com.au/dl-people/cele… #women 3 days ago
- Vintage 1915 suffrage referendum poster available at National Women's History Project gift shop. A great gift idea. http://t.co/97HXhmkY4n 4 days ago
- Who was the woman who edited Elizabeth Cady Stanton's speeches? Suffragist Isabella Beecher Hooker, that's who. suffragecentennials.com/?p=11053 5 days ago
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