FCSW Florida Suffrage Tea Time: Rightfully Hers
Rightfully Hers in conjunction with the Florida Historic Capitol Museum with Tiffany Baker, Museum Director, Rachel Porter, Director of Research & Programing, and Commissioner Cara Perry
The Florida Commission on the Status of Women is excited to continue our Florida Suffrage Tea Time, a virtual series of monthly fun and informative interviews, lectures, and discussions on the Women’s Suffrage Movement. You bring your tea and internet, and we’ll provide the rest!
In recognition of the centennial of the 19th Amendment, explore the National Archives Rightfully Hers travelling exhibit along with suffrage artifacts on loan from Mr. Ronald L. Book and Senator Lauren F. Book. Learn more about the work that led to a landmark moment in American history that dramatically changed the electorate. Tiffany Baker, Director of the Florida Historic Capitol Museum and Rachel Basan Porter, Director of Research and Programming at the Florida Historic Capitol Museum, will join Commissioner Cara Perry to provide an up close look at the exhibit.
The conversation is free, but you need to RSVP to receive a personalized link to this virtual event.
Can’t join us on September 24? Replays will be available after the initial broadcast on Youtube and floridasuffrage100.org!
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