Inez Milholland is still an inspiration for young women! Past efforts on Milholland’s behalf.

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.

Video about Inez Milholland inspires action across the US!

Art work by Meneese Wall whose art series on 2020 covers a wide range of participants!

Video about reviving the support for Inez Milholland who gave her life for women’s voting rights.

Revive the support for Inez Milholland, the U.S. suffrage martyr! from Marguerite Kearns on Vimeo.

Revive the support for Inez Milholland, the U.S. suffrage martyr! from Marguerite Kearns on Vimeo.

Inez Milholland is highlighted in memoir & family history by Marguerite Kearns

“An Unfinished Revolution” is a memoir from Marguerite Kearns on Vimeo.

Inez Milholland was involved in the women’s rights movement on the local level when as a college student she agitated about voting rights and earned the ire of the Vassar College President in the Hudson Valley. As a law student, Inez continued with her organizing and high profile involvement. That’s when she met Edna Kearns, and they filled a train car with others heading to a suffrage convention in Washington, DC.

MORE AMERICANS HAVE HEARD OF INEZ MILHOLLAND THAN EVER BEFORE

Inez shows up in “An Unfinished Revolution: Edna Buckman Kearns and the Struggle for Women’s Rights” as a topic for discussion when Marguerite Kearns is headed south to Philadelphia to visit her grandfather, Wilmer Kearns, on a snowy winter Hudson Valley day during the 1970s. Although she never met Inez Milholland, the topic of Inez as the US suffrage martyr became an awkward topic to discuss with a couple with whom she shared a thruway restaurant table.

THE US SUFFRAGE MARTYR IS THE TOPIC OF CONVERSATION DECADES AFTER HER DEATH

For the couple from Florida, it’s the first time they’ve heard that someone like Milholland gave her life for women’s voting rights. It became an awkward and revealing moment, one of many in the memoir about being the granddaughter of Edna and Wilmer Kearns, suffrage activists.

The Inez Milholland anecdote is one of many in the memoir and family history by Kearns, now in the publishing pipeline for 2021. Find out more by checking with Suffrage Wagon News Channel, SuffrageWagon.org.

Shedding light on Inez Milholland’s father—John Milholland!

Take note of the June 12, 2020 program about the Milholland diaries at Ticonderoga Historical Society in upstate New York. “My Rebellious Thoughts: Readings from the Milholland Diaries” at 7 p.m., Hancock House Ticonderoga Historical Society. Seating: 60

Suffragist Inez Milholland is highly regarded in the history of the Lake Champlain region. Her father John E. Milholland (1860-1925) is recognized as an important figure of the Progressive Era, working not only for women’s suffrage, but helping found the NAACP, working for Irish freedom, and exposing government corruption as a journalist and publisher of the Ticonderoga Sentinel newspaper. Public reading of excerpts from John Milholland’s diaries and writings will help listeners appreciate and understand more about this complex man, his influence on his famous daughter, and his larger contributions to our society.

Inez Milholland will be Featured in Upcoming 2020 Book by Artist Meneese Wall

Once the 2020 centennial of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution is underway, don’t be surprised to see Inez Milholland’s name, image, and life featured more than ever! We’ve already seen the image and story of Inez in dramatic re-enactments, books, videos, and more. Artist Meneese Wall is preparing a book that should be published before August 26, 2020 that highlights her graphic women’s suffrage series and features some of the movers and shakers of the movement, such as Inez.

You’ll be hearing more about this work in the future. Inez Milholland will be included in a chapter in Wall’s upcoming book about the 1913 women’s rights parade in Washington, DC. Her illustrations have been featured in digital formats, publications of general circulation, in prints and in lists of resources. Stay tuned!

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