166 years After Seneca Falls, Working Women Live the Legacy of Collective Action

July 19, 2014

This weekend marks the 166th anniversary of the Seneca Falls Convention—the first women’s rights conference in the United States. Those women came together and launched a movement centered on equality and justice that, through struggle and collective action over the decades, achieved remarkable success.

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