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Tammy Duckworth Jul 19
Over 170 years ago at , brave women raised their voices and demanded the rights they had long been denied. Today, we are indebted to these inspiring activists for the freedoms they struggled for, and we owe it to them to continue the fight for equality for all.
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Rep. Barbara Lee Jul 19
in 1848, women and men gathered at to make a bold declaration – “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that men & women are created equal.” More than 170 years later, we are still working to make that dream a reality for all women.
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Rep. Barbara Lee 19 Jul 18
My dear friend, the late Congresswoman Louise Slaughter, took me to for the first time on the 150th anniversary of the Declaration of Sentiments. I wish she was here with us to mark this anniversary today – but we carry her spirit in our fight for full equality.
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Shannon Willitts 3h
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Victoria Brownworth #WomensMarch2020 12 Oct 17
"Women's" March decides to amplify a white man at the . THEY DID BETTER AT in 1848.
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Greg Stanton Jul 19
171 years ago, women gathered in for the first women's rights convention. Organizers Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott set out to "discuss the social, civil, and religious condition and rights of woman." The convention launched the women's suffrage movement.
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NYSCanalCorporation 20 Nov 17
Sunset in , along the Cayuga-Seneca Canal. The bridge in the background is known as the “It’s a Wonderful Life” bridge. The town is said to have been the inspiration for Bedford Falls in the movie and holds an annual festival to celebrate, starting this year on Dec. 7
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Kenneth B. Morris, Jr. Jul 20
This morning I was honored to represent the family of Anna and at the 99th Anniversary of 19th Amendment, U. S. Constitution in Seneca Falls.
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Jen Lunsford Jan 19
This is what democracy looks like!
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Sean Patrick Maloney 19 Jul 18
170 years ago today, a group of brave women kicked off the Convention – the first women’s rights conference in American history. Their hard work laid the ground work for progress and brought us closer to full equality than ever before.
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Barbara Lee Family Foundation 19 Jul 18
A pivotal moment for the women's rights movement in America!
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Beinecke Library 20 Jul 18
"We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women are created equal ... " Declaration of Sentiments in Report of the Woman's Rights Convention, held at Seneca Falls, N.Y., July 19th & 20th, 1848.
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YWCA USA 19 Jul 18
Replying to @YWCAUSA
launched the U.S. suffrage movement, but remember: when the 19th Amendment passed in 1920, it applied just to white women. Discriminatory practices systematically barred women of color from exercising their right to for decades more—and still, to this day.
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Kathy Hochul Nov 10
This is the actual bridge that inspired the movie "It's a Wonderful Life" right here in . A famous bridge associated with a popular Christmas story right here in New York. Come see it during the holidays!
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Ray 2 Dec 17
so I had to stop and admire the view ❤️ 2018 Audi Allroad is stunning
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Grace Meng 19 Jul 18
Today is the 170th anniv. of the 1st Women’s Rights Convention at , which started a movement to grant women the same rights & freedoms enjoyed by men. Much progress has been made. But our push for full equal rights is not over & I’m committed to continuing the fight.
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Mrs. Crowley 3h
These are my and it is a privilege to channel the spirits of the suffragettes that changed our lives.
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National Women's History Museum 19 Jul 18
in 1848, Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and others called a women’s rights meeting in , New York, a meeting now considered by many to be the launch of the . Learn more at our Suffrage Resource Center:
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Maura C. Sullivan 19 Jul 18
170 years ago, America held its women's rights convention at . Today, we are still fighting to ensure that are secured & womens' voices are heard in every corner of government.
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Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission Jul 23
In this house in July 1848, Jane Hunt had a few friends over for tea and talk. The women began planning the historic Seneca Falls Convention that would take place less than two weeks later.
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