They tell us that videos are the best way to get out the word and we've found this to be true at Suffrage Wagon Cafe where we feature special programs about votes for women and the 72 years it took for American women to win voting rights from 1848 and the Seneca Falls convention to 1920 and the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
The video collection features short productions that are perfect for school programs and lesson plans. They also appeal to parents looking to educate their daughters and sons about the women's suffrage movement, the largest nonviolent social revolution in American history Celebrate women's freedom to vote by following Suffrage Wagon News Channel on Facebook, Twitter, email and the quarterly newsletter. Suffrage Wagon Cafe has regular programs with Marguerite Kearns as host. New York State celebrates its women's suffrage centennial in 2017. The United States will observe its national votes for women centennial in 2020.
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