The Declaration of Sentiments created at the Seneca Falls Convention almost didn’t include voting rights for women. What famous African American orator in attendance argued that the world would be a better place if women could vote?
Born into slavery, Frederick Douglass became an outspoken advocate for abolition and for women’s rights. When he was invited to the Seneca falls convention, the first women’s rights convention, he argued that “right is of no sex, truth is of no color.”
Betsy McRae is the winner of week 3.
- $10 Gift Certificate to Allure Salon & Day Spa
- Donated by Friends of the Carnegie Library, the book “The Other Einstein” by Marie Benedict
- On February 23, 2020