Inez Milholland honored in FREE virtual #Suffering for Suffrage race! Sign up to show your support!

There is Inez at the top left in the first row. You can register to honor Inez by your participation. Find out more and register at The photos and content are from the web site that has been publishing terrific weekly updates on the voting rights activists and their organizations. If you’re not signed up for the weekly blasts, do so. It’s an easy and quick way to stay up to date. has been publishing since 2016.

Special visit to Inez Milholland’s grave site planned in Lewis, New York! PLUS nonviolent training. . .

from the calendar of the Women’s Alliance of NYS.

Lets Rock the Cradle—documenting the road to women’s rights! on Vimeo.

Inez Milholland would have supported nonviolent training. Here’s an opportunity to take advantage of NOW.

Stay up to date with those determined to imagine Inez Milholland, the US suffrage martyr, inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame.  Information about Inez Milholland available on, as well as this blog. Details about the 15-minute film on Milholland produced by Wild West Women.

Inez Milholland featured on web platform

The word about Inez Milholland is getting around. Another web platform featuring the early women’s rights movement has joined the increasing number of individuals and organizations anxious that Milholland’s story reaches more of the US public.

Lets Rock the Cradle—documenting the road to women’s rights! on Vimeo.

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Inez Milholland Centennial urges funding for NYS suffrage centennial commission!

NYS suffrage centennial

The co chairs of the Inez Milholland Centennial (Marguerite Kearns and Robert P.J. Cooney Jr.) are among the many signers of a letter sent to NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo urging the funding of the NYS suffrage centennial commission in the upcoming 2016 state budget. See the letter.

When New York State holds its 100th anniversary of New York women voting, we want Inez Milholland’s name prominent in the list of those acknowledged for their work, dedication, and sacrifice. Inez Milholland, a New Yorker, is America’s suffrage martyr.

Three other states will sponsor state suffrage centennial observances before 2020, the nation’s 100th anniversary of women voting: Michigan, Oklahoma, and South Dakota.

We’re getting ready for the 2016 centennial observance for Inez Milholland in 2016. Visit our web site, join us and take action!

On Christmas day in 1916, a memorial service was held in the nation’s capitol to honor Inez, America’s suffrage martyr. Next year we’ll be honoring Inez Milholland in the 100th year anniversary of her death. Join us!

Growing anticipation about “Suffragette” film opening!

Inez Milholland worked in the English suffrage movement and maintained close ties with the activists there. Growing anticipation about the release of the “Suffragette” film from the UK also brings attention to Milholland, America’s suffrage martyr. Emily Davison, the English suffrage martyr, is featured in the “Suffragette” film. Davison is better known for her sacrifice. And more people than ever are becoming aware of Inez Milholland, especially during the upcoming 2016 centennial observance. Visit the “Suffragette” official film web site for what’s coming soon. Visit for trends, news and views of upcoming events and celebrations. The “Suffragette” film is one of many developments to watch.

Honor suffrage martyr Inez Milholland by attending preview screening of “Suffragette: film

Suffragette filmHonor Inez Milholland, America’s suffrage martyr, by attending a series of preview screenings across the nation of the “Sufragette” film from the UK. Inez volunteered for the English movement and died in the course of her work for American women’s voting rights. This event is for October 1, 2015 in Geneva, NY.