Petticoats of Steal - a virtual performance
For the event link, join the Campus Activities Group in MS Teams or contact Vicki Brown. The event link and performance will be available to view for 24 hours.
Petticoats of Steal
By Carolyn Anderson and Hil Rafferty-Weinisch
Directed by Margaret E. Hall
Celebrate the 102nd anniversary of the 19th Amendment - Women's Right to Vote! This powerful production allows students to experience the battle fought - and ultimately won - for men's suffrage told in the voice of the brave warriors who fought them as well as those who fought - and still are fighting - civil rights for all. Petticoats of Steel uses primary sources to tell the true stories of women, specifically those in the State of New York - Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Ida D. Wells, Mary Church Terrell, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton (among others) - and the roles they played in gaining voting rights for all women in the United States of America.