History Brought to Life: Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Sun, June 7, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

***If necessary, a virtual version of the program will occur LIVE on the 
Museum of the Grand Prairie
 Facebook page.***
Elizabeth Cady Stanton fought for equal rights for women for over fifty years, and upon her death in 1902 she left behind a legacy of her crusade for female equality and myriad writings that would inspire feminists for over a century to come. Hear from Mrs. Stanton in 1866, when the Civil War was over, but the battle for Women’s Suffrage was just beginning. Join Laura Keyes of 
Historic Voices
, as Elizabeth Cady Stanton, for this informative and inspiring presentation. Soon, be sure to visit our special exhibit, "How Long Must Women Wait? Woman Suffrage and Women’s Rights in Champaign County", and learn about more leading ladies from our history! FREE.
For more info: (217) 586-2612 or pcain@ccfpd.org.
This special exhibit speaker series is made possible with support from independent donors as well as the following women-owned and/or women-led businesses and organizations: 
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