August 19, 2020:
The Boston Globe: Suffragists fought bias and a pandemic to vote. A century later, we owe it to them to do the same
August 14, 2020:
Needham Wicked Local: After 100 years of voting, what’s next for women’s rights?
It took American suffragists more than 70 years to make it from Seneca Falls to the voting booths — a marathon, not a sprint. But the ballot box was not the finish line.
February 24, 2020:
Newton League of Women Voters President, Marcia Johnson, interviewed Suffrage100MA President Fredie Kay about the Suffrage 100 Year Centennial and League of Woman Voter’s 100th birthday.
August 23, 2019:
The Boston Globe: ‘Strong, bold, and remarkable’: Celebrating African-American suffragists from Mass.
Suffrage100MA; the Commonwealth Museum, a Division of the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, William F. Galvin; and the Boston Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement honored African-American suffragists from Massachusetts at the Swan Boats in the Public Garden.
June 25, 2019:
The Boston Globe: Modern-day suffragists revel in 100th anniversary of voting rights
Suffrage100MA, the Greater Boston Women’s Vote Centennial, and the Boston Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement kicked off a year of commemorations, celebrating 100 years since the 19th Amendment was adopted in 1920, at Faneuil Hall.
June 11, 2019:
The Randolph Women’s Club celebrates the centennial of women’s right to vote and joins the Women’s Suffrage Celebration Coalition of Massachusetts.
April 18, 2019:
Suffrage100MA Founder and President Fredie Kay discusses the upcoming centennial of the 19th Amendment with members of the League of Women Voters of Newton.
February, 28, 2019:
Suffrage100MA, the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail, the Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center, and “We Did It for You” commemorated the 1919 Boston protest and arrest of suffragists at the Massachusetts Statehouse.