Imagine the Conversation Contest Winner!

Imagine the Conversation Contest Winner!

We asked you to Imagine the Conversation that inspired this statue, when Amelia Bloomer introduced Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. You all certainly delivered, and we received dozens of amazing submissions. A committee went through all the submissions and decided on the winner…here it is! Thank you! “We will show them just what these bloomers

Right to Read Book Club

Right to Read Book Club

Calling All Storytellers & Artists

Calling All Storytellers & Artists

July is the anniversary of the first ever Women’s Rights Convention which took place in Seneca Falls on July 19th, 1848. This July, the 20th – 22nd, we celebrate Convention Days: 170 years since the event that changed all of our lives in critical ways. Three years later, another historic event occurred. Two women at

Bayer Offers Tribute to Dr. Blackwell

Bayer Offers Tribute to Dr. Blackwell

By Hobart and William Smith Colleges on May 7th, 2018 Professor of Women’s Studies Betty Bayer joined a panel of distinguished speakers for the unveiling of the historic plaque marking the hospital founded by Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell Class of 1849, the first woman in America to receive her degree as a Doctor of Medicine. The dedication ceremony,

Betty Bayer to speak at NY State Cultural Heritage Conference

Betty Bayer to speak at NY State Cultural Heritage Conference. Join us in Geneva, NY, June 6th. NYCHTN 8th ANNUAL SPRING CONFERENCE FEET THROUGH THE DOOR AND MORE Place: Hobart William Smith College, Pultney St, Geneva Vandervort Room in Schandling Center which is right on Pultney St. For full event details, visit the conference website

The Hall Mourns Congresswoman Louise Slaughter

The Hall Mourns Congresswoman Louise Slaughter

1929-2018 Long-time friend and colleague of National Women’s Hall of Fame, Louise Slaughter will long be remembered and honored for her steady and true leadership. In Louise Slaughter we have a woman whose leadership stood on the ground of history while shaping a more just future. Serving 16 terms in Congress, Inductee of the Hall

400 AND COUNTING: Seneca Falls woman honored for marathon fundraising

400 AND COUNTING: Seneca Falls woman honored for marathon fundraising

By Susan Clark Porter on March 4, 2018, Finger Lakes Times SENECA FALLS — When Cathy Troisi lined up for her first Boston Marathon in 1995, little did she know she’d still be at it more than two decades later at the age of 71. This year’s marathon on April 16 will mark Troisi’s 401st marathon overall