Monday, March 9, 2020
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Join us for a four-week series on American Women and their struggle to obtain the right to vote coinciding with The Centennial of the Women's Right to Vote.
Week Two: Susan B. Anthony
One of many emerging from the 19th century as a champion of Women's Rights. Ms. Anthony was not only a suffragette, but an abolitionist as well. Born into a Quaker family, she will become an endless campaigner to make her gender the political equal of Men. Susan B. Anthony can best be summed up with the motto from the short-lived weekly newspaper published by Anthony and her sidekick, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, "Men, their rights and nothing more; women, their rights and nothing less."
About the Presenter
Mark Albertson is the historical research editor at Army Aviation magazine and is a long-time member of the United States Naval Institute. In addition, Mark teaches history at Norwalk Community College. His courses include: World War I and Iraq: Creation of Colonialism; A History, Vietnam; A History, World War I; The Turning Points of World War II; The Great Patriotic War: The Titanic Clash Between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union; and American Empire: Grand Republic to Corporate State. In May 2005, Mark was presented with a General Assembly Citation by both houses of the state legislature in Hartford for his effort in commemorating the centennial of battleship Connecticut.