It's about time we pay homage to Inez Milholland. She did more than just ride a white horse at the front of the parades.
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Remembering Inez: The Last Campaign of Inez Milholland, Suffrage Martyr

When Inez Milholland died in Los Angeles in October, 1916, she became lionized as the “Suffrage Martyr,” the only person to die in the battle for American women’s right to vote. Wild West Women will be involved in the planning and of a centennial event to honor Inez and her untimely death at age 30. Bob Cooney, whose book on Inez is a tribute to her work, impact and inspiration will be working with us.
(Book available at www.rememberinginez.com or at www.nwhp.org)

Inez is noted for her distinguished appearance on a white horse, leading the first great suffrage march in Washington, DC in 1913. We plan to organize a celebration of Inez in Los Angeles in 2016 and produce a documentary film on her life and influence.

Please visit the Contact page if you are interested in being a part of this event.

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