We are welcoming visitors back to our museums. Please click here for details.
Colorado Women Lecture Series
Susan B. Anthony, Whistle Stop Tour of Colorado
Saturday, August 8, 2020 | 1:30PM — 2:30PM
Susan B. Anthony, famous suffrage activist, took her fight on the road to Colorado in 1877. She, along with other activists, spoke to voters throughout Colorado to convince them to vote for women's suffrage in the next election. Come learn about her tour, and her continued support for the second round of voting in 1893.
Karen Dropps graduated from Regis College in Weston, Massachusetts, with a master's in Heritage Studies for a Global Society. After a move to Colorado in 2015 she has taken to learning more about the history of Colorado. An adjunct at Front Range Community College, she teaches the history of Colorado, with an emphasis on the culture of Colorado.
Please consider supporting online programs at the Center for Colorado Women's History at Colorado Gives.
The Center for Colorado Women’s History, a community museum of History Colorado, is taking our lectures about Colorado women online. The Colorado Women Lecture series aims to expand the understanding and collective memory of the history of women in Colorado by having conversations with local authors, researchers, and historians.