A virtual play celebrating the unsung heroes of suffrage.
They were tireless organizers. Tenacious fighters. And political geniuses. They were Black and Latinx. Indigenous and immigrant. Together they won women the right to vote and laid the cornerstone for gender equality in the United States. Yet their stories have rarely been told. Until now.
This Tuesday we give voice to these heroes of the suffrage movement. Be there for the premiere of this innovative new performance, and learn why their fight is far from over.
Watch for free. R.S.V.P. for details.
Harriett D. Foy
Written by Ming Peiffer
Directed by Whitney White
Based on “Finish the Fight!: The Brave and Revolutionary Women Who Fought for the Right to Vote” by Veronica Chambers and the staff of The New York Times
Produced by The New York Times
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