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#DidYouKnow NJ’s Alice Paul also lived in Ridgefield, CT for a while? The Ridgefield community is honoring Paul by including her in a year-long Portrait Project to celebrate the 2020 Women’s Suffrage Centennial. Read more about the project here:
https://t.co/2J0oXuy7b0 https://t.co/VQ3nvjkcRv
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#OnThisDay in 1917, NJ suffragist Alice Paul arrested for picketing outside the White House. Two days later, she would be sentenced to 7 months in Occoquan Workhouse - the infamous location of the “Night of Terror.” https://t.co/n0DQ43VXFt NJWomenVote100 photo

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NJ Women Vote
#DidYouKnow NJ’s Alice Paul also lived in Ridgefield, CT for a while? The Ridgefield community is honoring Paul by including her in a year-long Portrait Project to celebrate the 2020 Women’s Suffrage Centennial. Read more about the project here:
https://www.theridgefieldpress.com/news/article/Portrait-of-Progress-to-honor-Women-s-Suffrage-14538759.php
NJ Women Vote
NJ Women Vote
#OnThisDay in 1917, NJ suffragist Alice Paul arrested for picketing outside the White House. Two days later, she would be sentenced to 7 months in Occoquan Workhouse - the infamous location of the “Night of Terror.”
NJ Women Vote
NJ Women Vote
Are you planning on using an absentee ballot to participate in the elections on Nov. 5? Make sure to apply ASAP! The application deadline to receive an absentee ballot through the mail is Oct. 29.
https://www.vote.org/absentee-ballot/new-jersey/
NJ Women Vote
NJ Women Vote
#OTD 126 years ago, suffragist Lucy Stone died. Also an abolitionist & orator, Stone was president of the NJ Woman Suffrage Association. #FunFactFriday: Stone famously refused to take her husband's last name, so women who followed her example were then called as "Lucy Stoners."
NJ Women Vote
NJ Women Vote
This #FieldTripFriday, let's travel outside NJ and visit Little Rock's Riverfront Park to see their new women's suffrage sculpture. NJ's Alice Paul, along with Ida B. Wells, are at the top of the stunning sculpture, which you can read more about here:
https://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2019/oct/11/new-riverfront-park-sculpture-honors-wo/