Virtual Profiles - We Too: The Legacy of Seneca Falls with Dr. William Thierfelder

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In 1848, a group of women and supportive men led by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott met in a sleepy upstate New York town for what became the first Women’s Rights Convention. This program delves into the lives of some of the remarkable women who made the convention a reality and its legacy through the decades. What would the women of Seneca Falls think of  21st century America today? 

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