The years 1919-1920 are very important years in women’s history but, 100 years later, we tend forget the mighty effort that was waged to secure women’s right to vote.
We owe much to the forgotten heroes of the suffragette movement. Neshaminy School District and the Langhorne Council for the Arts (LCA) invite you to a very special presentation by Sandy Kerr of the League of Women Voters on those strong, determined women who had an enormous impact on society and government.
Come to the Black Box Theater at Neshaminy High School on Friday, September 13th, at 7:30pm, for a most informative and inspiring look at these remarkable women whose efforts have largely been forgotten with the passage of time.
This event will be free for adults and students.
Through the fall of 2019 and spring of 2020, LCA will be working with middle and high school teachers at Neshaminy to engage students in writing and poster contests related to women’s rights as an adjunct to their curriculum.
Men, women, and students are invited to attend!