The New York State Archives Partnership Trust invites the public to attend a free talk, “A Sustainable Word of Equality and Peace: The Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Influence on the Women’s Suffrage Movement”, on Friday, May 19 at 4:00 p.m. at the Roberson Museum and Science Center at 30 Front Street, Binghamton.
Commemorating the 2017 centennial anniversary of women’s suffrage in New York State, Humanities New York Public Scholars Sally Roesch Wagner and Freida Jacques will discuss the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) influence on the women's suffrage movement in New York and its legacy. Roesch Wagner and Jacques explore the impact that Haudenosaunee women, living in absolute equality, had on Euro-American women, who lost all their rights when they married.
This event is made possible through the Public Scholars program at Humanities New York with the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Registration is encouraged, but not required. Register by calling 518-474-1303 or online at http://conta.cc/2nNhEfh
Regional sponsors of the program include: League of Women Voters of New York State, New York Cultural Heritage Tourism Network, Humanities New York, The Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation, and the Roberson Museum and Science Center.
The Archives Partnership Trust is a statewide non-profit organization whose mission is to keep over 350 years of New York’s rich documentary heritage within the New York State Archives accessible and alive through education, preservation, and outreach programs. The New York State Archives is the largest repository of state government records in the nation, holding over 200 million records of state and colonial governments dating back to the Dutch colonial period in 1630. The New York State Archives is a program of the State Education Department’s Office of Cultural Education. For more information, visit www.archives.nysed.gov