I recently discussed NJ’s 1776-1807 experiment with woman suffrage on
WNYC-FM’s “All of It” with Alison Stewart Listen to the program online.
See my performance on Suffrage Forward as Abigail Adams discussing the NJ Constitution here (begins at 3:05). View my slide show of early suffrage in NJ
You can also read a NY Times article, hear staff from the Museum of the American Revolution and read my NJ Studies review of the Museum’s new exhibit “When Women Lost the Vote” highlighting new discoveries about NJ’s early women voters, check out a NJPBS program on area suffragists and see the virtual exhibit on NJ Women Voting at the Old Barracks Museum
As always, you can find out more about my programs at my website: https://tellingherstories.com/
Remembering the Ladies: From Patriots in Petticoats to Presidential Candidates invites readers to discover the contributions of 69 courageous and tenacious women — founding mothers, abolitionists, suffragists, feminists, labor and civil rights leaders, and pioneering female politicians who fought for women’s rights and women’s lives. It’s not “just” a coloring book! Each two page spread also includes a full page bio, a fascinating fact and a quotation along with recommendations for further reading, suggestions for activities and activism and places to visit. It’s inclusive and diverse, featuring many unsung heroines and many women of color.Whether you want to color, read, or use this book as a springboard to learn or do more, this book has something for all ages.
For more information, contact:
Carol Simon Levin
cslevin59 (at) gmail.com