Inez Milholland represented in national centennial planning committee

cropped-cropped-inez771.jpgThe planning is underway for the national suffrage centennial observance when Anerican women will have been voting for one hundred years. We want Inez Milholland to take her place among those honored. Here’s the update on the planning group and task force that’s underway.


Get on the Inez bandwagon!


It’s Women’s History Month and you can order Inez buttons and posters. Schools are ordering materials to introduce students to our very own U.S. suffrage martyr. It’s a big election year in 2016 and what better way to spread the word about the long struggle to win the vote for women! Take note: the Inez Milholland film will be available at the end of April 2016. No better way than to introduce Inez with a film that will touch your heart. It’s free, so get busy planning now. Check with the web site: It’s a special program of the National Women’s History Project.

What you can do to give the Inez Milholland centennial campaign a boost!

The Inez Milholland Centennial supports the recognition of this beloved suffragist on the centennial of her death. We’re also encouraging communities nationwide to honor and celebrate their own state and local suffrage activists.

Please consider supporting this effort by becoming a Partner. At the website, you can alsoLink:

Sign the digital petition to support the awarding of Inez Milholland with the presidential citizens medal by U.S. President Obama. Sign online. Link:

Subscribe to the free newsletter. Link:

Gather information to organize an event. Link:

Order buttons and other resources. Link:

Help spread the word about Inez Milholland and other American suffragists this election year.

Plan something for March 2016 and throughout the year. Inez is one of the women the NWHP has chosen as 2016 Honorees. Visit our Inez Milholland Centennial web store page. Link:

Learn more at

This exciting new project is described in more detail in the News Release. Link:

Use the press release as a resource. Send it to your local and regional media outlets with information about your programs. Spread the word!