Watch Online: Stories from the Women's Suffrage Movement in Alabama
The Draughon Center and the Alabama Historical Association invite you to hear stories from the women's suffrage movement in Alabama in a free, live broadcast at 10 AM on Thursday, April 2. Join the broadcast live from Pebble Hill in Auburn from your computer or mobile device at aub.ie/pebblehillonline. The broadcast will feature brief talks by Alex Colvin, Scotty Kirkland, and Hayden McDaniel.
- “’A Mind to Be Heard’: Early Alabama Suffragist Frances Griffin”
- Scotty Kirkland, Alabama Department of Archives and History
- “‘To Make ‘Sissies’ of American Men’: Anti-Suffrage Propaganda in Alabama, 1919-1920”
- Alex Colvin, Alabama Department of Archives and History
- “‘One of the ‘Slickest Little Suffragists’ that Ever Came Back South’: Scottie McKenzie Frasier and the Wiregrass Suffrage Movement”
- Hayden McDaniel, Alabama Department of Archives and History
Visit www.alabamawomen100.org to learn more about the Alabama Women's Suffrage Centennial.
Auburn University is currently working under an alternate operations model, so attendance is only available online. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 334-844-4903.
Last Updated: April 21, 2020