Films and panels in honor of the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote. A celebration of the vision and determination of the American men and women who fought for women’s right to vote.
We hope to inspire more people to research political issues and to vote.
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This is a free event, but tickets must be reserved in advance.
Sunday, March 8
(1- 4 pm)
Making an American Citizen (1912)
The Shocking Miss Pilgrim (1947)
Sunday, March 15
(1- 4 pm)
The Bostonians (1984)
Sunday, March 22
(1 – 4 pm)
Not For Ourselves Alone : Failure is Impossilbe (1999)
Inez Milholland: Forward into Light (2016)
Sunday, March 29
(1- 4 pm)
Her First Flame (1920)
Capturing the Flag (2018)
Virginia Wright Wexman
Prof. Emerita of English + Art History , University of Illinois at Chicago, and Board of Directors: League of Women Voters
Betsy Butler Executive Director, California Women’s Law Center
Michele Goodwin Chancellor’s Professor of Law, University of California Irvine School of Law
Author: The Rise of Public Woman: Women’s Power and Women’s Place in the United States 1630-1970
Professor of Film, Television + Visual Media, UCLA
Lois Banner. Professor Emerita of History, USC
Brenda Stevenson. Professor of History, UCLA
Margaret Finnegan Author: Selling Suffrage
Associate Director USC Harman Academy for Polymathic Study
Renee Chanon League of Women Voters Education Fund
Martha Wheelock Director, Inez Milholland
Ellen Carol DuBois Professor of History, UCLA,
Author: Suffrage: Women’s Long Battle for the Vote.
Mona Field Professor Emeritus of Political Science,
Co-President, League of Women Voters LA
Professor of Sociology, University California Irvine
Katherine Marino Asst. Professor of History, UCLA
Chris Carson President, League of Women Voters United States
Carmen Rios. Managing Digital Editor, Ms. Magazine