Today in History: The start of the Suffrage Movement

    160 years ago today in 1948,  Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, two abolitionists who met at the 1840 World Anti-Slavery Convention in London, organize the first ever women’s rights convention at Wesylan Chapel in Seneca Falls, NY.  Together, they led over 300 people on a two-day convention to discuss women’s rights andContinue reading “Today in History: The start of the Suffrage Movement”

WASP Pilot, Helen Wyatt Snapp

I ran into the artist, Sir Ernie Hamilton Boyette at the Jacksonville Riverside Arts Market.  He is painting and leading a collection about WASP aircraft and women. This is something I don’t know is being done anywhere else.  Please comment with other resources.  This is definitely worth a look – via WASP Pilot, Helen WyattContinue reading “WASP Pilot, Helen Wyatt Snapp”