Conference, Online Event Conference Session 1 of 5: Biographies of Suffrage Champions Register registration required at no cost 12 October 2020.Monday, 2:00PM - 4:00PM This is an online program Ellen DuBois, University of California Los Angeles; Thomas Dublin, SUNY Binghamton; N. Lynn Eckhert, Partners Healthcare International Comment: Manisha Sinha, University of Connecticut Image entitled /2012/juniper/assets/section37/Seminars_2020-21/cfp_image.jpg

Join us for the opening session of the virtual 2020 Conrad E. Wright Research Conference, "'Shall Not Be Denied': The 15th and 19th Amendments at the Sesquicentennial and Centennial of Their Ratifications." MHS President Catherine Allgor will give opening remarks at 2:00pm

The first of five conference sessions, "Biographies of Suffrage Champions" will begin at 2:30pm. This panel discussion will consider three pre-circulated essays: Ellen DuBois's “Frederick Douglass & Elizabeth Cady Stanton,” Thomas Dublin's “The Changing Shape of the Black Women Suffrage Movement, 1870-1920," and N. Lynn Eckhert's “The Role of African American and Women Physicians in Voting Rights in America.”

Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email for each session containing Zoom log-in information as well as instructions for accessing conference papers. Please register for each conference session you would like to attend. Learn more about the full conference. The events are free and open to everyone.