UNION, NJ - 'Reclaiming Our Voice:  New Jersey's Role in the Fight for Woman Suffrage' will be presented by the Union Public Library on Monday, March 2.

Attendees will watch re-enactor Carol Simon Levin dramatize how women fought for generations for the right to vote and New Jersey’s overlooked role in for woman suffrage.  In addition, Simon Levin portrays Lillian Feickert, president of the NJ Woman Suffrage Association. Special attention is paid to advocate Dr. Florence Spearing Randolph, founder of the NJ Association of Colored Women’s Clubs. 

The event will begin at 6:30 p.m.  Registration required, please call 908-851-5450 ext.3.   The program is funded by the New Jersey Council for the Humanities.

Union Public Library is located at 1980 Morris Avenue.  For more information, contact the Main Library at (908) 851-5450 or visit our website at www.uplnj.org.