Attention Partner Agencies and Friends of LWV!
Call for papers!
Special Issue of Pennsylvania History devoted to Women’s and Gender History in Pennsylvania
In honor of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1919 and the first female voters in 1920, Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies is issuing a special themed edition of the journal scheduled for Summer 2020.
“Women’s and Gender History in Pennsylvania” will cover the over 300 years of women’s successes and challenges in the colony and state. Dr. Janet Moore Lindman of Rowan University will serve as Guest Editor. Essays relating to political, social, religious, ethnic, racial and gender issues are especially welcome. Articles should be between 25-35 pages and around 10-15,000 words. We also seek shorter pieces of about 1,000 words with images to highlight collections or artifacts relating to women’s history in the commonwealth.
The deadline for articles is February 1, 2020. Potential authors should contact Dr. Lindman at: firstname.lastname@example.org; or the journal’s General Editor, Linda A. Ries at:email@example.com to discuss topics.
LWV Community Partners 2020 Celebration Calendar of Events
For You The Voter, August 2019- August 2020
Graphic Design and Formatting by Susan Prichard, Graffiti Creations, North East, PA
League of Women Voters 2020 Celebration Gala
Key Note Speaker: Amanda Owen, Executive Director of
The Justice Bell, Philadelphia
Pennsylvania Suffrage, American Suffrage and the Story of the Justice Bell, with special focus on diversity and the contributions from women of color.
The Campus of the Hagen History Center
August 17th, 2020, Time and Ticket Prices TBA
The Unveiling of the Mural “Her Voice, Her Vote”
Designed and Created by a Six Woman Team of Artists, Moms, Educators and Voters—
All from Erie County with a Proclamation from Mayor Joe Schember and
County Executive, Kathy Dahlkemper, Ratification Date of the 19th Amendment
August 18th, 2020, 7th and State |Streets, Time TBA
Sterling Silver commemorative "Votes For Women" anniversary bracelets are being
sold by the Women's Club of Erie and the League of Women Voters Erie County Chapter. The bracelets were created by Jennifer Reed, jewelry artist, proprietor of Relish. Contact either organization for purchase. (Bracelets are not sold at Relish.)
The League of Women Voters Commemorates 100 Years of Votes for Women and the Passing of our 19th Amendment with Community Partners of Erie County. Together We Ask That All Citizens Vote In All Elections.
The Erie Chapter Is 100 Years Old in August 2020.
100th Anniversary of
19th Amendment and
Birth of League of Women Voters
PROPOSED LWV COMMUNITY CALENDAR CELEBRATION 2020 EVENT (August 2019-August 2020)
Additions Regularly Made As Dates Are Confirmed
DONATE / Erie Gives
League of Women Voters
Erie County Chapter