ANJEC Report

Highlights from the Fall 2020 Issue

A tribute to women in the environment

Tackling climate change in NJ

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Women’s voices matter
In 1848, 172 years ago, women gathered in Seneca Falls, New York for the first ever Women’s Rights Convention, where Elizabeth Cady Stanton declared that “all men and WOMEN are created equal.” Three years later, Sojourner Truth commanded delegates’ attention with her historic speech, Ain’t I a Woman, at the third Women’s Rights Convention in Akron, Ohio, in 1851. “Where there is so much racket there must be something out of kilter,” she declared. Neither Stanton nor Truth would live to see women win the first imperfect battle for the right to vote in 1919 or for mostly white women to cast their first votes in 1920. Stanton and her writing and advo-cacy partner, Susan B. Anthony, foresaw the long and bloody struggle for the right to vote when they referred to the crusade as “not for ourselves alone.”

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