Sonoma County 2020 Women's Suffrage Project
Sonoma County is the birthplace of the National Women's History Alliance (NWHA), originally founded as the National Women's History Project in 1980. We are proud to be working with the NWHA as our fiscal sponsor and also as a chapter of the
CA 2020 Women's Suffrage Project to create cooperative programming and events throughout Sonoma County celebrating this important centennial.
Look for us at upcoming parades, events and bringing you new programs that are reflective of today which will launch us into making history for another 100 years.
Sonoma County 2020 Women's Suffrage Project broke ground on our yearlong centennial celebrations throughout Sonoma County on Sunday, December 8th and it was a fabulous celebration filled with suffrage history and modern suffrage calls to action. Thank you to Mujeres Indígenas de Danza Sii yang who reminded us native peoples are the most resilient. Our esteemed panel of speakers including Leasa Graves, Project Coordinator of CA 2020 Women's Suffrage Project; Faith Ross who is the curator of Petaluma's 2020 Black History Exhibit in February; Stephanie Manieri, Santa Rosa City Schools Trustee Area 6; Vince Harper, Director of Community Engagement with Community Action Partnership and our Moderator - Kaiya Kramer, Host of The Queer Life on KBBF 89.1FM as well as our Keynote Speaker, Molly MacGregor, Co-Founder & Executive Director of National Women's History Alliance.
Appreciations also go out to our Sponsors, Collaborating Organizations, Volunteers and Committee Members for making this a wonderful event full of memories.
Aligned with the National Women's History Alliance, we are committed to the goals of education, empowerment, equality and inclusion.
While celebrating 100 years of Women's Right to Vote, we are also committed to creating programming which explores the complex long history and continuing fight for inclusion of all women including women of color, trans-women and non-binary individuals.