Hear from Jackie Swihart of the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs as she speaks on the impact of suffragist Grace Julian Clarke – a life-long advocate for social justice and women’s right who differentiated herself as a political actor rather than reformer. Using a three-dimensional evaluation of Clarke, Swihart illuminates how Clarke was far from a bystander to the male-dominated political atmosphere and actively engaged in her own political conflicts prior to and post suffrage. Registration required by October 23.
Price: $8/person, 25% discount for members
Capacity is limited to allow for social distancing. Registration required by October 23.
Please call 765.847.1691 to reserve your spots.
Questions? Call us at 765.847.1691 or email LeviCoffinCenter@indianamuseum.org.
This program is presented in partnership of the Indiana Women’s Suffrage Centennial with support from the Lilly Endowment, Inc. and Hillenbrand Industries.
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