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Alice Paul at National Women's Party headquarters following 19th Amendment ratification

Looking Back

August, 1920: Women cheer Alice Paul at the original headquarters of the National Women’s Party, following the ratification of the 19th Amendment. Stars on the banner represent each of the states that had ratified the Amendment.

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MANORHAVEN CANDIDATES FORUM

was live-streamed on this page, September 8, 2020. It is now on this website's video tab and YouTube channel. 
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Future Candidates Forums to be live-streamed here: 

  • Oct 7 for NY Senate 5 &  Assembly 13

  • Oct 20 for NY Senate 7 & Assembly 16

 

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