A Celebration of Suffrage at The National Press Club
February 28, 2013
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Run time: 100 minutes
A gala National Press Club reception commemorating the 1913 march in Washington that led to voting rights for women. Featuring speeches by National Women’s History Museum president Joan Wages, ABC-7 anchor Maureen Bunyan and NPC president Angela Greiling Keane.
Also includes a panel discussion moderated by Newsweek contributing editor and “McLaughlin Group” panelist Eleanor Clift, including Wages, radio personality Erika Falk, J.D. Zahniser, co-author of a book on suffragist Alice Paul, and Rosalyn Terborg-Penn, historian and author of "African American Women in the Struggle for the Vote: 1850-1920."