Elizabeth Cady Stanton fought for equal rights for women for over fifty years. Upon her death in 1902, she left behind a legacy of her crusade for female equality and myriad writings that would inspire feminists for over a century to come. Hear from Mrs. Stanton in 1866, when the Civil War was over, but the battle for Women’s Suffrage was just beginning. Join Laura Keyes, as Elizabeth Cady Stanton, for this informative and inspiring presentation.
Laura Keyes graduated from UW-Madison with a Master’s Degree in Library Studies, and is a lifetime member of the Association of Lincoln Presenters. Laura recently won the Excellence in Performing Award from that Association.
You must register to join us for this online presentation. Go to www.bettendorflibrary.com/adult-programs for more information.
This presentation will take place online via GoToMeeting. After registering, you will receive an email with the GoToMeeting login information on the day before the event.
This program is funded by the Friends of the Bettendorf Public Library.
(Image of Laura Keyes as Elizabeth Cady Stanton by Robert Kaplafka.)