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This #SavetheDate Saturday, we’re getting tickets for the Harriet Tubman film, Harriet. Not only was Tubman the strength/brains behind the Underground Railroad, she was also a noted Suffragist, supporting rights for African American women.
https://t.co/cYL1yxV2UJ @HarrietFilm

We still mourn all those who lost their lives on 9/11, so this #FieldTripFriday, we encourage everyone to visit the Empty Sky Memorial. Located in Liberty State Park in Jersey City, the memorial pays tribute to victims of that fatal day from NJ. @NJ911EmptySky https://t.co/xI4M5LAAgG NJWomenVote100 photo

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This #SavetheDate Saturday, we’re getting our tickets for the Harriet Tubman movie, Harriet. Not only was Tubman the strength and brains behind the Underground Railroad, she was also a brilliant Suffragist, supporting rights for African American women.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqoEs4cG6Uw

Harriet Movie
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HARRIET - Official Trailer [HD] - In Theaters November 1st
Based on the thrilling and inspirational life of an iconic American freedom fighter, HARRIET tells the extraordinary tale of Harriet Tubman's escape from sla...
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NJ Women Vote
We still mourn all those who lost their lives on 9/11, so this #FieldTripFriday, we encourage everyone to visit the Empty Sky Memorial. Located in Liberty State Park in Jersey City, the memorial pays tribute to victims of that fatal day from NJ. Empty Sky: New Jersey September 11Th Memorial
NJ Women Vote
NJ Women Vote
#HappyBirthday Marion Thompson Wright! A scholar from Newark, NJ, Wright was the first African-American woman to earn a Ph.D. in the U.S. Rutgers University—Newark preserves her legacy through the Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series each year during Black History Month #HBD
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NJ Women Vote
It’s been 18 years since the 9/11, so our #19ForThe19th post is going out to NJ native Cheryl Cwiklik, who died earlier this year. When the twin towers went down, Cwiklik helped recover the remains of the dead. #NeverForget the heroes like Cwiklik. http://ow.ly/H8HS50w0Wxf
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NJ Women Vote
Do you live near Jersey City? Consider visiting the Hudson County Community College Department of Cultural Affairs’ new “Pow(h)er” exhibit. Running through the 24th, the exhibition showcases artists works pertaining to women’s issues. Read all about “Pow(h)er” in this article: http://ow.ly/ILCk50w0Wm4
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NJ Women Vote
#HappyBirthday Nina Mitchell Wells! With a career as an attorney, educator and public servant, Wells boasts an impressive resume. Her accolades earned her the position of Secretary of the State of New Jersey in 2006, a role in which she served until 2010. #HBD NJ Department of State