The Women Who Dare to Inspire exhibit is currently on view at the American Labor Museum. The exhibit was unveiled to the general public in conjunction with the Museum's International Women's Day and the Centennial of Women's Suffrage Celebration held on Sunday, March 8th, 2020.
The Women Who Dare to Inspire exhibit invites visitors to learn about New Jersey's Alice Paul, other state's leading suffragettes, and daring women in other fields of endeavor. In addition, visitors may cast a vote in the Museum's mock Presidential Election, put on a suffragette sash, hat and shawl and take a "selfie," and add an original slogan to the Museum's #Eachforequal wall.
The Museum is a partnerof New Jersey's Nineteenth Amendment Centennial Initiative, which commemorates the passage of the Constitutional amendment that granted women across the country with the legal right to vote. While the Museum's interactive exhibit honor's women's solidarity, activism and achievements, it also acknowledges the inequities and challenges women of all backgrounds have faced and continue to confront from 1920 to the present day.
For intormation about other New Jersey events commemorating this Centennial visit www.discovernjhistory.org
Women Who Dare to Inspire is on view through December 31st, 2020. Schools and colleges, home schoolers, senior centers, and union apprenticeship programs are welcome to scheduled virtual group tours of the Museum by calling our office at (973) 595-7953 or emailing email@example.com. Virtual tours are by appointment and conducted via ZOOM. On-site tours (face masks required) are available by appointment.
This program is made possible in part by a grant administered by the Passaic County Cultural and Heritage Council from funds granted by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.