Some supporters of women’s suffrage wanted the movement to keep itself separate from the Prohibition drive. Come experience a Readers’ Theatre exploration of how the Women’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU), under its dynamic leader Frances Willard, mounted a campaign to convince women it was their Christian duty to vote.
Pulpit Guest: Judy Hook
Rev. Dr. Ellen Johnson-Fay’s visit has been rescheduled and this morning’s pulpit guest is Judy Hook.
– Lawrence Nass, Pianist – In a first-person recounting of some of her cases and decisions which advanced the cause of gender equality in U.S. law, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will ask the congregation not only to celebrate the victories, but also to remain vigilant against efforts to turn back some of these advances.