Day #8, Podcast #3 of the “Night of Terror” series

"Night of Terror" podcasts on Suffrage Wagon News Channelby Marguerite Kearns

Day #8. I actually wondered if I could fit daily blogging until November 15th (the “Night of Terror”) into my busy schedule. It’s amazing what’s possible and this project is worth the extra time. Join the group of suffrage pickets by listening to this third podcast as they arrive at the Occoquan Workhousein 1917, from the perspective of Mrs. Nolan from Florida.

The suffrage prisoners insisted on being treated as political prisoners. The podcasts feature actual testimony from the accounts of the suffragists who experienced the “Night of Terror” at the Occoquan Workhouse.  Get a feel for what happened with this special audio series. The history of the National Woman’s Party and the Woodrow Wilson administration is featured in these eight audio podcasts.

The election is over. I’ve been blogging for seven days now in honor of the “Night of Terror” observance on November 15th, a partnership between Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association and Suffrage Wagon News Channel. The goal is to fund and build a suffragist memorial on or before the 2020 suffrage centennial.

 

Here’s Podcast #3 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.

Suffrage Wagon supports suffragist memorial

COMING SOON: More of the eight audio podcast series called the “Night of Terror.” You’ll get a ring-side seat account about what happened on November 15, 1917 at the Occoquan Workhouse. We support the building of the suffrage memorial! Join us.

November 15th “Night of Terror” Blogging: Day #1 (Nov.1); Day #2 (Nov.2); Day #3 (Nov. 3). Day #4 (Nov. 4), Day #5 (Nov. 5). Day #6 (Nov. 6). Day #7 (Nov. 7).

Audio podcast series of the “Night of Terror.” Podcast #1. Podcast #2. Podcast #3. 

We want to make sure the memorial is complete before or in time for the 2020 votes for women centennial that will honor American women voting for 100 years. Think of it. Imagine it. Support it.

VIDEO: Teach about the suffrage movement. Put stories of the American suffrage movement into the mainstream of the nation’s awareness. Get ready to celebrate the 2020 Votes for Women centennial when American women will have been voting for 100 years.

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2 responses to “Day #8, Podcast #3 of the “Night of Terror” series

  1. Looks like these youngsters are lapping up the special attention.

  2. Isabella Janis

    Hey, teacher. Can you pay a visit to my school?

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