Georgia Historical Society and UVA Club Of Savannah Present An Evening with Dr. Sarah Milov


“We Want All There Is”:
The Struggle for Women’s Rights Beyond Suffrage
An Evening with Dr. Sarah Milov

Savannah, Ga., October 8, 2019 –  On October 10, the Georgia Historical Society and The UVA Club of Savannah will host a lecture with Dr. Sarah Milov, Assistant Professor of History at the University of Virginia, that explores the legacy of the struggle for women’s suffrage. The lecture kicks off the 2019-2020 Georgia History Festival, the Georgia Historical Society’s signature K-12 educational program. The 2019-2020 Festival will explore the theme, “Women’s Suffrage at 100: The 19th Amendment and Georgia History.”

2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote. This lecture will focus on how different groups of women over the past hundred years have aspired to full inclusion in the political arena.

What: “We Want All There Is”: The Struggle for Women’s Rights Beyond Suffrage
When: October 10, 2019, at 6:00 p.m.
Where: Christ Church Episcopal – Johnson Square, 28 Bull Street, Savannah, Georgia

The lecture is the kickoff to the annual Georgia History Festival, the signature K-12 educational program of the Georgia Historical Society. Beginning with the new school year in September, a variety of public programs, exhibits, in-school events, and educational resources bring history to life for students of all ages and encourage Georgians to explore the richness and diversity of our state’s past. The Festival culminates in February, the founding month of the Georgia Colony, with Founding City events like the popular Colonial Faire and Muster living history program held at Wormsloe State Historic Site, Super Museum Sunday, Savannah’s colorful Georgia Day Parade, and the annual Trustees Gala.

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