Susan B.’s 200th
It is good to see Susan B. venerated on her birthday, especially since many regarded her as troublesome during her lifetime. I wonder how troubled she would be by some of the current causes that have tried to co-opt her support posthumously. Though I have not been blogging recently, my interest in Susan never flags. […]
Susan B. Anthony’s brother, as she viewed him
Susan B. Anthony’s brother has fascinated me for years, enough to merit writing a trilogy. My interest in Daniel Read (D.R.) Anthony began about 20 years ago with scattered hints about him in Susan’s biography, letters, and diaries.
All for suffrage, part 2
Susan B. Anthony’s siblings were all for suffrage for Blacks and women. Her brothers were militant and her sisters all voted with her.
The story of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass packed a full house tonight, the opening of “The Agitators.” Rochester’s famous reformers really showed their mettle at this fine play at GEVA Theater. Actors Madeleine Lambert and Cedric Mays delivered the pair’s famous arguments with conviction and humor against a massive timeline that resembled the […]
Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass association recounted in new biography
Susan B. Anthony And Justice For All is out in its new edition and explores her long-term association with Frederick Douglass. (Click here to order on Amazon.)This monument, titled “Let’s Have Tea,” depicts two of the main characters in the book. A Multifaceted Friendship Susan and Frederick were neighbors when both moved to Rochester in […]
Why She Should Vote: Susan B. Anthony
Last week, Perinton and Pittsford filled the halls to hear my “Failure is Impossible” reenactment of Susan B. Anthony. One of the highlights of that talk is a discussion of her arguments about why she should vote. It was great to have a full house and especially fun to entertain people’s thoughts and questions afterwards. […]