Join us in Adams, Massachusetts on July 18th & 19th, 2020
On July 18 & 19 (honoring the dates of the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention) we will host a “Herstory” Conference covering the topics of racism in the suffrage movement, activism from the perspective of Quakers, experiences of women incarcerated in the Willard Asylum, voluntary motherhood and restellism in the 19th century, and dress reform as an avenue for women’s autonomy.
Steve Adams, suffrage balladeer will perform during the program. Gwendolyn QuezairePresutti will present a first-person costumed presentation in character as Madam CJ Walker.
Stay tuned for a full conference schedule and more information about our speakers!