Honoring Mothers on Mothers’ Day!
Barbara Houston: In memory of my mother, Evelyn
Candace Campbell: In honor of my mother, Meryl, on Mother’s Day
Emily McCoy: In memory of my mother, Irma Brown, my stepmother Susie Brown, and my mother-in-law Velda McCoy
Jane Barker: In honor of Sue Barker
Linda Depew: In memory of my mother, Jean M. Depew
By helping to build a national memorial dedicated to American suffragists, focusing on those who endured brutal imprisonment to win voting rights for women.
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A “Grand” Thank You . . . Memorialize the Suffragists
Fairfax County, Virginia is the site of possibly the most significant moment in the fight for women’s suffrage in the United States.
The Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association is working with the NOVA Parks (Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority (NVRPA) to raise funds to erect a suffragist memorial to commemorate the struggle of these women and educate future generations.
In 1917, more than 70 suffragists were imprisoned in the Occoquan Workhouse, then part of the Lorton Prison complex, in retaliation for picketing the Woodrow Wilson White House for the right to vote. The reports of inhumane conditions, beatings and force-feeding at the workhouse electrified the country and became the “turning point” in the struggle for the 19th Amendment.
Help us build a memorial to honor these suffragists, and to educate and inspire current and future generations.
The Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and donations in support of the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial are charitable contributions deductible to the maximum extent permitted by law. Thank you for your support.