On March 8th 1884, Susan B. Anthony, argued before the U.S. Judiciary Committee for an amendment to the Constitution for the right of women to have the vote.
“We will be making the case for facilities to be made available within the Highlands and Islands.”
It is an international celebration by artists and cultural groups where money raised goes towards a social cause.
WOFFF celebrates the work of women in front of and behind the scenes in film making who are over 50
A Gude Cause Maks A Strong Erm, the animated story of The Orcadian Woman’s Suffrage Society, has been selected to be shown at three film festivals this Summer. This provides an opportunity […]
“The design of characters and locations were derived from period photos, and stylised to make some reference to the world of 20th century art”
“Shout, shout, up with your song! Cry with the wind, for the dawn is breaking; March, march, swing you along, Wide blows our banner, and hope is waking.” Ethel Smyth
“Woman’s Suffrage: A Work In Progress”will be presented at the Northlight Gallery, Stromness from 1st to 6th Dec 10am- 4pm
“St Andrew’s Fair Saturday is definitely a positive initiative, independent, apolitical and respectful of the human rights, that aims to create a global cultural movement with a positive impact in society on 1 December 2018.”
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