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Recent Project Updates


Only one week left to apply for our Women's History Virtual Tour Project! We want to help you bring your historic site to the 21st century, so we're providing funding for the production of 5 virtual tours. Applications due July 6. For more details, visit:
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NJ Women Vote
NJ Women Vote
Only one week left to apply for our Women's History Virtual Tour Project! We want to help you bring your historic site to the 21st century, so we're providing funding for the production of 5 virtual tours. Applications due July 6. For more details, visit:
https://discovernjhistory.org/virtual-tour-project/
NJ Women Vote
NJ Women Vote
Join us and the Alice Paul Institute TOMORROW at 7:30 pm for a virtual viewing party! It's your chance to get an exclusive look at American Experience | PBS' new docuseries, The Vote, and watch the series' clip "Race & Sex: The Beginning of the Struggle." Register here: http://ow.ly/356B50AkUud.
NJ Women Vote
NJ Women Vote
Today, we observe #Juneteenth. The holiday is a painful reminder of our flawed history, and the cruel, oppressive acts entwined in the USA's narrative. We cannot rectify the injustices of the past, but the fight for equality is far from over, and we CAN build a more just future.
NJ Women Vote
NJ Women Vote
The Vote, a new four-hour, two-part documentary series, tells the dramatic story of the epic — and surprisingly unfamiliar — crusade waged by American women for the right to vote. Focusing primarily on the movement’s final decade, the film charts American women’s determined march to the ball...
NJ Women Vote
NJ Women Vote
Sojourner Truth was born in slavery in Ulster County, New York to relatives of Rev. Jacob Rutsen Hardenbergh who studied and lived at Old Dutch Parsonage. Later as a free woman, Sojourner Truth dedicated her life to abolish slavery and secure women's suffrage.

Rutgers University, founded by Rev. Hardenbergh, honors Sojourner Truth today with Rutgers Residence Life New Brunswick.. Learn more about Sojourner Truth and the Hardenbergh family from Rutgers University Special Collections and University Archiveshttps://sinclairnj.blogs.rutgers.edu/2017/06/rutgers-connection-to-sojourner-truth-the-hardenbergh-family/.

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First Lady Melania Trump invites students in grades 3-12 to submit artwork for Women's Vote 100: https://www.womensvote100.org/buildingthemovement. Let Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage State Historic Sites inspire you to represent the State of New Jersey at The White House.

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