New partner for Inez Milholland 2016 centennial

Martha Wheelock and Wild West Women have joined as partners for the 2016 Inez Milholland centennial. Information about all the partners so far.

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First NYS town to support 2017 suffrage centennial honors women’s history!

Inez Milholland was a peace activist. A Woodstock, NY peace group has been standing on Milholland’s shoulders for 25+ years. This is a continuing series of features sponsored by first NYS town to support the state’s 2017 suffrage centennial observance. See article.

Inez Milholland’s death led to 1917 White House picketing. New Silent Sentinel book for young audiences.

There’s publication in the works for a new book about the Silent Sentinels at the White House in 1917. Nebraska teacher Jason Nord launched the book with a Kickstarter campaign. There’s a need for educational materials for young audiences, Nord says. Find out next steps. http://www.suffragecentennials.com/?p=12190

Honor suffrage martyr Inez Milholland by attending preview screening of “Suffragette: film

Suffragette filmHonor Inez Milholland, America’s suffrage martyr, by attending a series of preview screenings across the nation of the “Sufragette” film from the UK. Inez volunteered for the English movement and died in the course of her work for American women’s voting rights. This event is for October 1, 2015 in Geneva, NY.

Inez Milholland worked in English women’s suffrage movement

With the anticipated release of the “Suffragette” film from the UK in October 2015, this is a reminder that the ties between the two votes for women movements (England and the U.S.) were close. Inez Milholland was part of a group of activists from the United States that participated in the English movement, so Inez was well known on both sides of the Atlantic. Get prepared for the 2016 centennial for Inez!