Presenting the program “Motors and Mass Rallies: Expanding the Movement After 1909” by Dr. Anita Morgan, senior lecturer of History at IUPUI, via Zoom (link is https://bit.ly/SIGSSept20) at 5:30 p.m. The early Indiana suffrage movement for women’s right to vote gained new members through automobile tours, street gatherings and rallies. Morgan will explore the movement leaders and their understanding that adding new groups of suffragists and more public events could convince unwilling politicians to vote in favor of women’s suffrage. For more information, visit sigsweb.org or call Donna Kepley Foster at 1-812-923-3492.
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