One Woman, One Vote - The Fight for Women’s Suffrage in the US.
Mr. Holden will discuss the early years of women struggling to get the vote and those who fought for decades to achieve this right (albeit not guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution.) Not granted until the 19th Amendment was passed in 1919! Photos of Suffragettes will be shared as well as the a DVD shown; the 1995 film, One Woman One Vote narrated by Susan Sarandon.
Mr. Robert Holden, is a retired Ocean City Gifted/talented teacher (ret.-2006) and retired Senior Adjunct Professor of History, teaching WC 1, WC 2, and his own created Holocaust and Genocide Studies Course at ACCC’s Cape May County campus. (ret. -2016)
He is on the board of the SJHC, the HPSUT and the Seaville Friends Meeting.
He has published several secondary history curriculum guides, one book (presentation at UT Library in December, (and is currently awaiting finalizing/publishing his second book about the Chinese diplomat, Feng-Shan Ho who saved thousands of Viennese Jews during the Holocaust by writing them visas to Shanghai. This will be a young adult non-fiction book.)
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