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Tag - Women's Rights

Tracing their Steps

Monday, July 13, 2020 5:00 PM by Claire Dunlap

Of the 16 places on the BINGO card, you may or may not have heard of them and know why they are significant. Here’s a little background on each of them. Please note that at this time some locations may be closed to visitors due to COVID-19. We are encouraging you to take a picture of the building and make a pledge to yourself that you’ll return to learn about these courageous women.

Tracing their Steps

A random

Find Your Suffragist Soul Sister

Monday, July 13, 2020 12:00 PM by Staff

If you’re looking for your Suffragist Soul Sister, you already have some qualities that tie in with all these ladies. Passion and courage are among the attributes that unite these women together, then mix in a strong unwavering belief towards civil rights and the determination to stand behind a cause, and voila', pure magic! The type that inspires a revisit to the classic Disney song: Sister

Six Ways to Celebrate Women's History Month

Wednesday, March 4, 2020 4:00 PM by Maureen McEvers

It’s that time of year we get to stop and think about the women who have done amazing things and maybe do a few rather amazing things ourselves. So, grab one of your fabulous female friends and make some of your own history and fun in New York’s Finger Lakes Region, the birthplace of Women’s Rights!

Women Made History

Women of the Seward House

Commemorate Women’s History Month with an intimate look into the lives of the

What: A Feminist Extravaganza – an Evening of Wild Feminist Readings

When: January 31 & February 1 at 7pm

Where: Auburn Public Theater’s Main Stage 8 Exchange St. Auburn, NY

Cost: $19 ; $10 student rush (w/I.D.)

10% of ticket sales benefit 1st Amendment – 1st Vote, Inc. a non-partisan seminar & conference opportunity for high school girls to imagine themselves engaged in the political process as

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