women's suffrage


Suffrage Centennial

Posted on Our Projects on January 16, 2020

The Impact of Haudenosaunee Culture on the Early Suffragettes

Posted on Blog by on October 22, 2019

In a speech to the International Council of Women in 1888, suffragette and anthropologist, Alice Fletcher said “I crave for my Indian sisters, your help, your patience, and your unfailing labors, to hasten the day when the laws of the land shall know neither male nor female, but grant to all equal rights and equal justice.” In the 131 years following Alice Fletcher’s speech, women in general have gained a great many rights, but the Haudenosaunee women have lost many of theirs, and there remains an upward battle for equal justice.




#SummerofSuffrage

Posted on Blog by on June 10, 2016

Given that most women today have been able to vote their whole lives, it is easy to forget that it hasn’t always been that way.