Bessie Watson: Scottish Bagpiping Suffragette

Bessie Watson, 1910, Women’s March in London. The Women’s Library LSE Flickr (7JCC/O/02/022) Girls throughout the world have unique talents, talents that they work tirelessly to perfect. Many girls have used their talents to help move forward causes that...

125 years of Antipodean Suffrage

In celebration of International Women’s Day, and in conjunction with New Zealand’s 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage, the Ministry of Women and Te Papa (The National Museum of New Zealand) put together an all-star panel of women leaders and influencers. All...

Suffragette Defaced Penny

  When you think of suffragettes, what comes to mind? Women picketing in front of the White House, holding signs and wearing purple sashes. A young woman stepping in front of a horse, willingly sacrificing herself in order to bring attention to the cause....

Attending Convention Days 2017 in Seneca Falls

This past weekend, the Women’s Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls, New York put on Convention Days. Convention Days is held annually in honor of the 1848 Women’s Rights Convention in Seneca Falls. This year has...

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