First2Vote campaign kick-off, Mama Selu's Better Days 2020 card, and one-on-one with SLC mayoral candidate David Garbett
Against the backdrop of Martha Hughes Cannon's 162nd birthday, Better Days 2020 kicked-off its #First2Vote campaign earlier today on the steps of the Utah State Capitol building. The non-profit will use the funds to continue its work popularizing Utah women's history, including:
A bronze statue of Martha to be placed in the Capitol Rotunda's National Statuary Hall Collection
A curriculum devoted to introducing K-12 students to Utah’s role in women’s suffrage, specifically focusing on grades 4 and 7 (Utah Studies) and grades 5 and 11 (U.S. History), and teacher training sessions
Council Hall Women’s History Memorial
“First to Vote” License Plate
Trading cards & posters of Utah’s key women’s rights leaders from 1870 through the 20th Century.
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