You are invited to join the LWV Florida as we explore the connections of the twin civil rights struggles in America — Gender and Race November 1-5, 2017.
Join us as we walk in the halls of Susan B. Anthony’s home where she penned her many fiery letters and planned her assault on both slavery and the fight for women’s rights.
We will also gaze out of the windows of Elizabeth Cady Stanton at the trees her boys climbed while she wrote her eloquent speeches and we will walk in the hallowed place of the first Women’s Convention in Seneca Falls.
Join us as we stand under the apple trees of Harriet Tubman on her homestead sold to her by the Sewards who also provided protection to runaway slaves. Its all so powerful and interconnected! You won’t want to miss paying your respects to the gravesite of Fredrick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony. It is awe-inspiring what a person can do with their lives.
Early Bird Pricing:
Single occupancy: $2,499
Double occupancy: $2,099
This is the 100th anniversary of women getting the right to vote in New York! It seems fitting to spend your days walking the paths of so many New York women leaders in Rochester, Auburn, and Seneca Falls. This will be a trip that you won’t forget. You will come home inspired, educated, and with a more profound understanding of the powerful and difficult fight for civil rights that has made our nation the beacon of democracy in the world.
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