Women (Making) HIstory Month Kickoff "The Intersections of the 19th Amendment"

100 years later–where do we stand today? Please join us for our Women (Making) History Month kick-off event: “The Intersections of the 19th Amendment,” a panel discussion and audience Q&A exploring the legacy and impact of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women’s constitutional right to vote. Our diverse panel, including BCC alumni, current students, and Brookdale faculty, will consider key questions regarding both the history and historiography of the US suffrage movement–focusing on historically marginalized contributors and activists. The conversation will also center the key concerns and issues that remain to this day, 100 years later. What are the issues that matter to the next generation of women leaders and activists? Please join us for this discussion and help us consider the path forward for the next 100 years.

This program is supported by the New Jersey Council for the Humanities through the “NJ Women Vote: The 19th Amendment at 100” initiative and is co-sponsored by the WILL: Women in Learning and Leadership Academic Program and the WILL Student Organization.

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Contact Information
  1. 732-224-2684
  2. will@brookdalecc.edu
Thu, March 04
7:00 pm — 8:00 pm
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100 years later–where do we stand today? Please join us for our Women (Making) History Month kick-off event: “The Intersections of the 19th Amendment,” a panel discussion and audience Q&A exploring the legacy and impact of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women’s constitutional right to vote. Our diverse panel, including BCC alumni, current students, and Brookdale ...

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