Two weeks from today (April 21-22), SUNY New Paltz is presenting WOMEN IN POLITICS: Past, Present, and Future, A Conference Commemorating the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage in New York State. The Benjamin Center, in collaboration with Women’s Gender, and Sexuality Studies, History, and Political Science, and partnering with the FDR Library and the League of Women Voters, has organized a program that highlights the connections between New York women’s struggle for the vote, their political activism up to the present, and the unfinished agenda of women’s rights today.
This conference will be a unique opportunity to foster discussion about a wide range of women’s movements between faculty, students, scholars, activists, politicians, and the public. Our hope is to open an intergenerational dialogue about women’s political activism and the current state of the movement to advance women’s human and civil rights.
Today I am writing to promote the second day of the program, which will take place on the SUNY New Paltz campus. This chrage for this program is $35, including a continental breakfast, panels by prominent scholars, activists, and politicians, a box lunch, a keynote address by Black Feminist author and activist Barbara Smith, and a workshop for K-12 teachers.
New Patch Program Teaches Girl Scouts about New York History and Encourages Girls to be Advocates
Lt. Governor Hochul Unveils Patch at Event Joined by Girl Scouts Leaders from Across New York at National Museum of the American Indian
Governor Andrew Cuomo and Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul today announced a new Girl Scouts patch celebrating the centennial of women's suffrage in New York. Women in New York gained the right to vote in 1917, three years before the 19th amendment granted suffrage to women across the United States. The patch program is a partnership between Girl Scouts councils and the New York State Women's Suffrage Commission, chaired by Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul. All seven Girl Scouts councils in New York will participate in the patch program, giving girls across the state an engaging way to learn about the history of the women’s movement in New York and envision how they can lead for justice.
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Women’s Rights National Historical Park in
Partnership with Finger Lakes Pride Festival,
the LGBTQ Services at the Family Counseling Service of the Finger Lakes,
and the We Exist Coalition of the Finger Lakes Presents
“The Good, The Bad, and The Funny”
Seneca Falls, NY- Women’s Rights National Historical Park is honored to partner with the Finger Lakes Pride Festival, LGBTQ Services at the Family Counseling Service of the Finger Lakes, and the We Exist Coalition of the Finger Lakes to present an open mic event "The Good, the Bad, and the Funny" on Saturday May 20 at 2:00 pm in the Wesleyan Chapel. The event features transpeople sharing thought-provoking stories followed by a question and answer session.
Women’s Rights National Historical Park Presents Performances by Living Voices “Hear My Voice: How Long was the Fight for Women’s Suffrage?”
Seneca Falls, NY –Join Women’s Rights National Historical Park for performance by Living Voices: "Hear My Voice" in the Wesleyan Chapel on Friday March 31st. Show times are: 11:00 am, 2:00 pm, and 6:00 pm.
Women March in Seneca Falls to host a panel discussion of media professionals, “People for Free Press…a First Amendment Right”
Seneca Falls, NY – Women March in Seneca Falls to host a panel discussion of media professionals, “People for Free Press…a First Amendment Right,” March 25, 2017 at Women’s Rights National Historical Park (the Park) Visitors Center, 136 Fall Street, Seneca Falls, NY, 1-4pm.
Women’s Institute for
Leadership and Learning Presents
Stanton and Carnicelli
1848 vs 2017 HOW AND WHY
International Women’s Day March 11, 2017
Women’s Rights National Historical Park
The Friends of the Women's Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls serve as ambassadors and advocates for the preservation and interpretation of women's history and its enduring links to liberty, justice, and equality for all.
Our aim is to support the daily operations of the Park through fundraising and preservation efforts, and by forging local and national partnerships, building membership, and creating and sustaining educational programming and dialogues
to inspire the next generation of Park visitors.
Seneca Falls, NY – Women’s Rights National Historical Park is pleased to showcase a jewelry exhibit by Janis Long for the entire month of March in celebration of Women’s History Month.
Women’s Rights National Historical Park Presents: “A Life Filled with Horses and Travels” Art Exhibit by Bernadette Bos Seneca Falls, NY- Women’s Rights National Historical Park Presents: “A Life Filled with Horses and Travels” Paintings by Bernadette Bos February 1st through February 26th 2017.
The Friends of Women’s Rights National Historical Park, Inc., is a not-for-profit organization that supports the mission of the Park to promote awareness of the 1848 Women’s Rights Convention in Seneca Falls and its significance.
Our Mission is to inspire individuals to support this Park, the birthplace of Women’s Rights in America.
Our Vision is to insure, in perpetuity, the preservation of the Park for the inspiration and full achievement of equality for all.
To achieve this end, the national Friends organization raises funds for Park initiatives, including the preservation of Park historical sites and educational programs.
The Centennial Goal of the National Park Service is to connect with and create the next generation of Park visitors, supporters and advocates.
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To be a “Friend” is to be an advocate of this important historical landmark and all it holds for the future.
We welcome your support through a financial contribution and your participation in the many events associated with the Women’s rights National Historical Park. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and questions.