“Suffragette” film release staggered. See it now!

Long list of new cities for “Suffragette” film for November 6, 2015.  Movie opening on October 23. It’s not clear yet whether or not the movie will have a widespread release across the United States. England’s suffrage martyr, Emily Davison, is included in this film. This brings attention to U.S. suffrage martyr, Inez Milholland who worked in the English movement, as did other American women.

Honor Inez Milholland by seeing “Suffragette” film

Finally, the “Suffragette” film will hit the theaters soon. And if you’re looking for a special way to honor Inez, park yourself in a seat and sit back and enjoy. This film will make the work of promoting America’s suffrage martyr easier during 2016, not that “easy” is an appropriate word to describe what’s involved in promoting a suffrage centennial. Mark these words. Most Americans haven’t heard of Inez Milholland. This is changing. Become a partner of the 2016 Inez Milholland centennial. Visit the national web site.

Growing anticipation about “Suffragette” film opening!

Inez Milholland worked in the English suffrage movement and maintained close ties with the activists there. Growing anticipation about the release of the “Suffragette” film from the UK also brings attention to Milholland, America’s suffrage martyr. Emily Davison, the English suffrage martyr, is featured in the “Suffragette” film. Davison is better known for her sacrifice. And more people than ever are becoming aware of Inez Milholland, especially during the upcoming 2016 centennial observance. Visit the “Suffragette” official film web site for what’s coming soon. Visit SuffrageCentennials.com for trends, news and views of upcoming events and celebrations. The “Suffragette” film is one of many developments to watch.

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

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!