Additional Resources

Please enjoy reading "Black Women and the Vote: Lifting as we Climb" - Courtesy of author, Jean Thompson
Please CLICK HERE for the story

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Enjoy reading The National Women's History Alliance "Gazette" Volume II -

Please use this link: https://nationalwomenshistoryalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/Women-Win-the-Vote-Gazette-Volume-2.pdf

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"Standing on the Shoulders: is a musical trilogy about Harriet Tubman, "Mother" Jones and Woodie Guthrieand is written by Joe DeFilippo and performed by the R.J. Phillips Band, a group of Baltimore musicians. Joe DeFilippo: vocals, piano, bass guitar; Sue Tice: fiddle; Bill Phelan: mandolin, banjo, acoustic guitar; Leslie Darr, background vocals. Produced & recorded by: Bill Pratt at the Bratt Studio, Baltimore, MD.

Please CLICK HERE to listen to this wonderful song.

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As recommended by The Power of the Women's Vote panel on September 22, 2018. A resource of interest to everyone that needs absentee voting information;

Please use this link for information: https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html

Below is a list of national resources and resources from the State of Maryland of interest to women and girls. 

Click this link: MCW-Listening-Tour-Report-FINAL to read about the "VOICES OF MARYLAND WOMEN" and see the Maryland Commission for Women "Listening Tour" results.

Please CLICK HERE for Heritage Trail poster

How Women Won the Vote Gazette with many interesting articles. Courtesy of the National Women's History Project. Gazette_How-Women-Won-Vote- 

How Women Won the Vote and Planning for 2020. Courtesy of the National Women's History Project. How Women Won the Vote Volume 2 2018

NHA / NHA Foundation

The National Humanities Alliance (NHA) is a nationwide coalition of organizations advocating for the humanities on campuses, in communities, and on Capitol Hill. Founded in 1981, NHA is supported by over 200 member organizations, including: colleges, universities, libraries, museums, cultural organizations, state humanities councils, and scholarly, professional, and higher education associations. It is the only organization that brings together the US humanities community as a whole.

The National Humanities Alliance Foundation (NHA Foundation) is the 501(c)(3) supporting foundation of the National Humanities Alliance. The NHA Foundation advances the humanities by conducting and supporting research on the humanities and communicating the value of the humanities to a range of audiences including elected officials and the general public.

For more information about this project contact Daniel Fisher at dfisher@nhalliance.org.-  and please visit:

https://humanitiesforall.org/projects/clio

Directory

MARYLAND COMMISSION FOR WOMEN
51 Monroe Street #1034
Rockville, MD 20850
301-610-4523
www.marylandwomen.org

The Maryland Commission for Women collaborates with the Maryland State Department of Education in coordinating the Maryland Women’s History Project and with the Women Legislators of Maryland in coordinating the Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame. The Commission also honors young female leaders in a Women of Tomorrow project, and is a partner in the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center. Its goals are to promote the social, political, and economic equality for Maryland women.

LOCAL COMMISSIONS FOR WOMEN IN MARYLAND:

Allegany County Commission for Women
30 Washington Street · Cumberland, Maryland 21502 · 301-689-6515
Dawne Lindsey, Chair

Anne Arundel County Commission for Women   
P.O. Box 59
Gambrills, MD 21054
410-874-7612
Chair: Jessica O'Kane
http://www.aacounty.org/boards-and-commissions/commission-for-women  

Baltimore City Commission for Women 
City Hall · 100 N. Holliday Street · Suite 124
Baltimore, Maryland 21202· 410-396-7541
bccfw@hotmail.com                                         

Baltimore County Commission for Women
400 Washington Avenue · Court House Suite 124 · Towson, Maryland 21204
410-887-3448
women@baltimorecountymd.gov

President: Bella Santos Owens
Jwilson@baltimorecountymd.gov

Calvert County Commission for Women
175 Main Street Prince · Prince Frederick, Maryland 20678 ·
410-536-2205

chair@calvertwomen.org 
Margaret Dunkle, Chair
mdunkle@gwu.edu

Cecil County Commission for Women
129 East Main Street · Elkton, Maryland 21921 · 410-996-5200  
cecilwomen@gmail.com
Kathleen Kunda, Chair

Charles County Commission for Women
P.O. Box 2150 · La Plata, Maryland 20646 · 301-751-7553
cccw@charlescounty.org
Chair: Christine Marie Parker                                                                                 

Frederick County Commission for Women
12 East Church Street · Winchester Hall · Frederick, Maryland 21701·
301-600-1066

commissionforwomen@fredco-md.net
Jennifer Charlton-Shuldes, President
Garrett County Commission for Women
P.O. Box 623 · Oakland, Maryland 21550
301-334-8653
Carol Reilly, Liaison

Harford County Commission for Women
319 S. Main Street · Suite 307 · Bel Air, Maryland 21014
410-638-3117
Lisa Title, Chair
Sylvia Bryant, Director

Howard County Commission for Women
6751 Columbia Gateway Drive · Suite 300 · Columbia, Maryland 21046
410-313-6425
Chair: Courtney Workman
Lois Mikkila, Liaison

Montgomery County Commission for Women
401 North Washington Street · Suite 100 · Rockville, Maryland 20850
240-777-8330

cfw@montgomerycountymd.gov
Jaclyn Lichter, President

Prince George’s County Commission for Women
6420 Allentown Road · Camp Springs, Maryland 20748
301-265-8420
Carol-Lynn Snowden, Liaison
clsnowden@co.pg.md.us

St. Mary’s County Commission for Women
P.O. Box 653 · Leonardtown, Maryland 20650
301-475-4200, ext. 1846
Cynthia Brown, Liaison
cynthia_brown@co.saint-marys.md.us

Washington County Commission for Women
100 W. Washington Street · Hagerstown, Maryland 21740
240-313-2216
Ladetra Robinson, President                            

Worcester County Commission for Women
P.O. Box 126 • Winchester Hall • Snow Hill, Maryland 21863
410-632-4950
Sharone V. Grant, Chair

MARYLAND FEDERATION OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN
www.bpwmaryland.org
The Maryland Federation of Business & Professional Women was established in 1929 as a not-for-profit profit, nonpartisan, and nonsectarian association. BPW/MD promotes equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education, and information.

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY
201 West Monument Street • Baltimore, Maryland 2120
410-685-3750 • www.mdhs.org
The Maryland Historical Society collects, preserves, and interprets the objects and artifacts that reflect the state’s history. The collections contain the papers of many notable Maryland women. Also available are traveling resource kits and historical interpreters who present programs on Maryland women. County and city historical societies provide information about Maryland women’s contributions in specific regions.

THE BALTIMORE CITY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
https://www.baltimorecityhistoricalsociety.org/

STRONG WOMEN IN HISTORY
http://strongwomeninhistory.com/

MARYLAND STATE ARCHIVES
350 Rowe Boulevard • Annapolis, Maryland 21401
800-235-4045 • www.mdsa.net
The Archives is the official historical agency for the state. An on-line catalogue of holdings is available on the website. The Research On-line Division has such topics as “A Celebration of the Diversity of Women,” and “The Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame On-Line.”