Spanish Flu and its Impact on Women’s Suffrage with Dr. Katheryn Steinhaus, Seminole State College and FCSW Commissioner Rachel Saunders Plakon
The Florida Commission on the Status of Women, in partnership with the Florida Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission, is excited to announce 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!
Join us for our inaugural Florida Suffrage Tea Time on June 25, 2020, at noon, for a LIVE interview with Dr. Kathryn Steinhaus, Professor, Department of History, Humanities & Modern Languages at Seminole State College. We will chat and take your questions about the tenacious women who got into hot water over voting rights and learn about how the Spanish Flu of 1918 impacted the events of the day. The conversation is free, but you need to RSVP to receive a personalized link to this virtual event.
Can’t join us on Thursday, June 25? Replays will be available after the initial broadcast on Youtube and floridasuffrage100.org!
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