The initiative to make August 26th a national holiday!

We have more than a year before August 26, 2020 when we are expecting Quaker women to make a splash with the voting rights centennial. How can you start? By planning now, which is why we’ve devoted this blog to the task.

What are some ideas? Here are a few examples…host a women’s rights film; organize a parade; visit a museum and a library; design a mural; and share your discoveries. There are activities being planned across the nation for August 26th in 2020. Quaker women won’t have a presence unless we get involved.

Sign up for email updates on the home page of this web platform. Thanks to the Gazette of the National Women’s History Alliance for these following suggestions.


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