Inez Milholland is one of many early women’s rights activists making an appearance in theatrical performances. One example is “19: The Musical.” For more information: 19themusical.com
In the event you aren’t aware of past efforts on Inez Milholland’s behalf, 2016 was the 100th anniversary of her death. Here’s one video used in that campaign.
We supported presidential citizens medal for Inez Milholland on Vimeo.
U.S. Women—in the final push for equality! on Vimeo.
SONG ABOUT INEZ MILHOLLAND, RELEASED BY LINDA ALLEN
“If You Had Seen Inez” is a musical tribute to suffrage martyr Inez Milholland.
To review this and other suffrage related songs, go to www.lindasongs.com/suffrage. There, you can listen to Failure Is Impossible, a collection of traditional suffrage songs, and Here’s to the Women!, recently composed songs about the early women’s rights movement. Purchase digital downloads of any of the songs, or hard copies of Here’s to the Women! If you need .wav files of either collection, email Linda about digital transfer.
Here’s to the Women features a variety of personalities and movers and shakers: On “Emma and May” learn about two very different activists— “If You Had Seen Inez” is a tribute to Inez Milholland. In “Night of Terror” there’s the drama of the jailing of activists at Occoquan Workhouse. “Bubble and Squeak” honors movement cookbooks. Call 360-920-7533 for more information.
Inez Milholland has been championed by her family members and others to the point where her name is now recognizable to larger segments of the American mainstream. Her family members, descendants and many friends have made sure memorabilia, primary documents, photographs of Inez, and more, have been lovingly saved and stored in university and related repositories.
“THE SUFFRAGIST” HONORS INEZ IN A THEATRICAL PERFORMANCE
On August 14, 2020 the cast of “The Suffragist” held an online discussion of the challenges associated with preparing for a theatrical presentation during the pandemic emergency. The one hour program included a performance of a song dedicated to Inez Milholland. It was dramatic and memorable.
NUMEROUS ADVANCES MADE IN YEARS LEADING UP TO 2020 CENTENNIAL
During the years leading up to the 2020, a comprehensive database of suffrage activists has been assembled, conferences have been held, special interest groups formed, articles written about individuals and organizations, special suffrage events, and more. Family members and descendants have been working behind the scenes to inspire observances and special events. Inez Milholland has been an important recipient of this kind of attention.
Find out about John Holliday and his writing about his suffrage ancestor, Clara Colby.
This trailer is a major turning point for the 2020 film by Amy Walker about Inez Milholland.
There is Inez at the top left in the first row. You can register to honor Inez by your participation. Find out more and register at SuffragetteCity100.com. The photos and content are from the web site that has been publishing terrific weekly updates on the voting rights activists and their organizations. If you’re not signed up for the weekly blasts, do so. It’s an easy and quick way to stay up to date.
InezMilholland.wordpress.com has been publishing since 2016.
from the calendar of the Women’s Alliance of NYS.
Lets Rock the Cradle—documenting the road to women’s rights! on Vimeo.
Inez Milholland would have supported nonviolent training. Here’s an opportunity to take advantage of NOW.
Stay up to date with those determined to imagine Inez Milholland, the US suffrage martyr, inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame. Information about Inez Milholland available on InezMilhollandCentennial.com, as well as this blog. Details about the 15-minute film on Milholland produced by Wild West Women.
Visit the official web site for the Inez Milholland film: intolightofficial.com
Images above from the official Inez Milholland film web site.
Stay current with InezMilhollandCentennial.com