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Ohio Women Vote: 100 Years of Change- The Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation

February 1 - February 29
The Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, 720 E. Pete Rose Way, Suite 120
Cincinnati, OH 45202 United States
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Ohio Women Vote: 100 Years of Change is a traveling exhibit and accompanying curriculum produced by the Ohio History Connection to aide in statewide commemoration of the 19th amendment centennial. The exhibit will consist of pull up banners that will tell the story of women's activism in the suffrage movement and the intersection of suffrage […]

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Ohio Women Vote: 100 Years of Change- Rodman Public Library

February 1 - March 1
Rodman Public Library, 215 E Broadway St.
Alliance, OH 44601 United States
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Ohio Women Vote: 100 Years of Change is a traveling exhibit and accompanying curriculum produced by the Ohio History Connection to aide in statewide commemoration of the 19th amendment centennial. The exhibit will consist of pull up banners that will tell the story of women's activism in the suffrage movement and the intersection of suffrage […]

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12:00 pm

Censorship in Music

February 10 @ 12:00 pm
Zimmermann Symphony Center, 2331 17th St. NW
Canton, OH 44708-2601 United States
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Music is freedom to express. Throughout time artists have been censored because of politics, economic upheaval or social change. Join Michael Benson as he discusses censorship in music through works like Sibelius' Finlandia and examines how censorship has affected the course of classical music.

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7:00 pm

Kimberly Hamlin- Helen Hamilton Gardener and the Secret History of Women’s Suffrage in America

February 10 @ 7:00 pm
Delhi Township Park Lodge, 5125 Foley Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45238 United States
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This talk reveals the remarkable story of the “fallen woman” who became the “most potent factor” in Congressional passage of the 19th Amendment and the highest-ranking woman in federal government. After being outed in Ohio newspapers for having an affair with a married man, Alice Chenoweth moved to New York City, changed her name to […]

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