Thu, May 6, 2021 5:30 P.M.
Join curators from regional institutions whose exhibitions look at the multi-generational women-led movement building around voter rights and enfranchisement leading up to the passage of the 19th Amendment and beyond. This discussion will provide additional context on exhibitions accessible online, while also taking a deep dive into the local context of women in Pennsylvania and New Jersey whose legacies inspire contemporary movements in the fight for the vote. Attendees will receive information about additional resources available online to continue the conversation in their own communities. This program is inspired by the Free Library of Philadelphia's Making Her Mark exhibit, now on view online at www.freelibrary.org/exhibitions
Please note, pre-registration is required via Eventbite; you will receive a link to the Zoom session before it begins via email.