The League of Women Voters – South County in partnership with Westerly Library and Wilcox Park want to acknowledge the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment. We are happy to be able to share a zoom presentation previously recorded “Women’s Rights, An Artist’s Journey” by artist Victoria Guerina. Victoria’s pieces were originally to be display on the main floor of the library, due to covid we had to change to a virtual display. To view the presentation and view Victoria’s work please click above.
Living Literature, a collective of Rhode Island based artists and educators who create readers theatre style presentations to dramatize non dramatic writing using only the author’s words, celebrates the decades long struggle for American women to achieve the vote, using a collage of writings and speeches sharing the journey of the women’s struggle for equality that led to the passing of the 19th Amendment. This 40 minute version, reimagined for Youtube via ZOOM, features Kelly Seigh, Lara Hakeem & Tammy Brown can be found in the link above.
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