Jeannette Rankin and the Value of a Vote
On Sunday, October 14th, storyteller and interpretive enactor, Mary Jane Bradbury, will portray ‘Jeannette Rankin’ as if she were speaking to people in 1920, telling them her own personal story of political activism, Women’s Suffrage, the 1916 campaign, her election to represent the State of Montana, and become the first woman to serve in the U.S. Congress.
‘Jeannette Rankin’ will be followed by a moderated panel conversation featuring: Mary Moe, Franke Wilmer, and Mary Jane Bradbury discussing: ‘the Value of a Vote’.
This event is presented by Democracy Requires Participation, a not-for-profit established for fundraising purposes to support public civic education and constituent participation in legislative governance. Tickets are available at the Lewistown Art Center for only $10.
Don't miss this historic event and panel!