Women’s History Month Celebration in Lynn

Event flyer for Women's History Month Lynn event.

Suffrage100MA was honored to join the League of Women Voters of MA, Lynn Museum/Lynn Arts, Girls Inc. of  Lynn, LWV Marblehead, LWV Salem, MA Women of Color Coalition, North Shore Juneteenth Foundation, Raw Art Works and others for a Women’s History Month civic engagement event for middle school, high school, and college students on Saturday, March 9, 2024 at the Lynn Museum/Lynn Arts. See event photos below!

The Women’s History Month Lynn civic engagement event included:

  • Keynote speaker: Laurie Ann Thompson, author of Be a Changemaker: How to Start Something that Matters!
  • Presentation by Fredie Kay, Founder & President of Suffrage100MA
  • Panel discussion, facilitated by Pattye Comfort, LWVMA Executive Director, with the following panelists:

Youth Changers! with Lena Crowley, Director of Teen and Middle School Programs, Girls, Inc. of Lynn 

What it Takes to Run for Office with Nicole McClain, Councilor At-Large for the City of Lynn and Adriana Paz, Campaign Manager.

Standing in our power, women of color leading Change with Gail Jackson Blount, Chief Development and Communications Officer, Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center.

Thank you to our planning committee members:  Celia J. Blue, Donecca Thurston-Chavez, Lena Crowley, Susan d. Garvey, Brynne Gorman, Maureen Hansen, Michelle Juralewicz, Fredie Kay, Nicole McClain, Rosario Umbier-Minaya, Lee Mondale, Jeanne Morrison, Judith Reilly, Laura Smith, Lily Sweeterman and Makda Teklemichael.