August, 26, 2019
5:30 – 8:00 pm
Arizona State University, West
4701 W. Thunderbird Rd.
Glendale, AZ 85306
AZ Celebrates the 19th Amendment Presents:
A Celebration of Women’s Equality Day on the 99th Anniversary of
The 19th Amendment
We honor the history of women’s suffrage. We strongly advocate for women’s equality and protection under constitutional law by passing the Equal Rights Amendment. We encourage women to become active community leaders and to seek political office, and we support young women who aspire to become our future leaders through education. Most importantly, we strongly urge women to get out and VOTE!
- KEYNOTE: Kathy Hoffman, AZ Superintendent of Public Instruction. After winning her position as State Superintendent just about a year ago, Kathy Hoffman has been travelling the state visiting with students, teachers and parents. We’re excited to have Kathy as our Keynote Speaker this year, and to hear what her plans are for Arizona moving forward.
- Mayor Coral Evans – Flagstaff, AZ. First elected to office 2008, Mayor Evans served two terms (eight years) as a Councilmember prior to her election as Mayor of the City of Flagstaff in 2016. She was re-elected Mayor in 2018. In addition to serving on the Flagstaff City Council, Mayor Evans is the Executive Director of the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association of Flagstaff, Inc., a resident driven social profit (nonprofit) organization that focuses on the redevelopment, growth and prosperity of one of city’s most challenged neighborhoods. Prior to this role, she was the Vice-President of Mission Services for Goodwill Industries of Northern Arizona. She is also the owner of a small business (Destiney’s Creations) and a published author (A Conversation with Alma).
- Parade of Runners: Women currently running for office & incumbent elected officials
- Dessert Reception
- Sponsored Tabling
- Voter Registration
To PURCHASE TICKETS please go to: 19thamendment2019.eventbrite.com
AZ Celebrates the 19th Amendment is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
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Central Phoenix ~ Inez Casiano NOW
Isabella Beecher Hooker and Susan B. Anthony
These women are remarkable, and their history of fighting for women’s rights should always be remembered and celebrated. Keep them in your hearts and minds and let them be your motivation to continue fighting for the liberation and equity of women.
“Now wouldn’t it be splendid for us to be free and equal citizens, with the power of the ballot to back our hearts, heads and hands,” Anthony wrote to Isabella Beecher Hooker in 1874. “I can hardly wait. The good fates though are working together to bring us into this freedom.”
This is just part of one letter written during the suffragist movement that has been recently discovered and acquired by the University of Rochester. You can read more about them on the New York Times article.