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Stories at GCHS: Woman’s Social Movements in the late 19th Century

March 23 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

First-wave feminists pushed the boundaries of social and political norms in order to advocate for their view of a better society. By the end of the nineteenth century, the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union was the largest women’s organization in the world. Going into the twentieth century, they had two major goals: a nationwide ban on alcohol and securing the right to vote for women. Both of which were accomplished by 1920. Faced with cultural sexism, how did a group of women make lasting political and societal change? Find out on Thursday, March 23 during Stories at GCHS!

Sign up today to reserve your spot by calling the Museum at 388-6024.

Ticket Cost 

Members $7.00

Non-Members $10.00


March 23
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm