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The Suffragents in the news: the New York Times, the East Hampton Star, Smithsonian VIP, Kirkus FeaturesKirkus Reviews, Foreword ReviewsTown & Country, The American,  Unorthodox podcast, Hudson River Valley Review Top of Mind with Julie Rose NYU FeaturesWomen’s Media CenterSuffrage and the Media Futurity, Non-Fiction’s The ScoopOpzij magazine (NL), AmericasDemocrats podcast, Facebook , Brooke’s posts, Good Men Project.

Upcoming events: Nov. 16: Book & Bottle: Suffolk County Historical Society & Museum. Nov. 17-18 Researching New York Conference, Albany. Nov. 20: Brookhaven League of Women Voters. March 4: Westchester County League of Women VotersMarch 10: Keynote, Joint Journalism & Communications Historians Conference, New York City. April 15: Nassau County and Farmingdale-Bethpage Historical societies at the Farmingdale Public Library.

Parting shots: the book launch events with tons of photos of Sept. 1 Sept. 11  and Sept. 14   . . .  comment and video of the Sept. 28 event with Angela P. Dodson at the NY Society Library  . . . the NY Genealogical & Biographical Society Fall Luncheon Oct. 10  . . .  Oct. 14, I presented on a panel at the AJHA Convention, Little Rock, Ark., on ‘When the Women of Suffrage Got Its Makeover On.” Here’s a post about the entire panel . . . Here’s a Facebook Live recording featuring Judith Hope, the moderator, and presenters Antonia Petrash and Arlene Hinkemeyer at the East Hampton Library’s Tom Twomey Lecture in Local History, which I hosted Oct. 19. I posted about it, too. . .Here’s my post about Oct. 22, a perfect day at the Woodlawn Cemetery & Conservancy.  I did a “talk back” at the Black Box Theater  for Nancy Smithner’s “Hear Them Roar: The Fight for Women’s Rights” on Oct. 26 and posted about this special performance. Here’s my post on the weekend of Nov. 4-5 spent in the Hudson Valley and in Albany for the 2020: Commitment to the Vision Conference and opening of the New York State Museum Suffrage Exhibition, Nov. 4. On Nov. 6, the actual anniversary of the vote for suffrage in New York State, I spoke at the Brentwood Public Library (what a happening place) and I posted about the next two panels: the Nov. 7 event for the NYU Center for the Humanities with Gail Collins and Chrisoph Irmscher,  and the Nov. 10 event for the Gotham Center for New York City at the CUNY Grad Center with Susan Goodier, Dawn Scibilia, and Lauren Santangelo, hosted by Peter-Christian Aigner.