Women’s Equality Day 2012 marks 92 years since women won the right to vote. But many suffragists believed voting was only a means to an end.
Thursday at 7pm at the National Archives Building in Washington, DC join us Page Harrington, Executive Director of the Sewall-Belmont House & Museum, moderates a panel including Dr. Joy Kinard, Central District Manager, National Capital Parks-East, and Dr. Jennifer Lawless, Director, Women & Politics Institute, American University, to discuss the ways that women have worked with, within, and outside of the government to foster change that would improve women’s lives.
Image: Courtesy of the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum

Women’s Equality Day 2012 marks 92 years since women won the right to vote. But many suffragists believed voting was only a means to an end.

Thursday at 7pm at the National Archives Building in Washington, DC join us Page Harrington, Executive Director of the Sewall-Belmont House & Museum, moderates a panel including Dr. Joy Kinard, Central District Manager, National Capital Parks-East, and Dr. Jennifer Lawless, Director, Women & Politics Institute, American University, to discuss the ways that women have worked with, within, and outside of the government to foster change that would improve women’s lives.

Image: Courtesy of the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum