Resolutions Revisited, Part 6: Religion and Morality
Location: LAT/LONG: 42.910780, -76.800130
Women's Rights National Historical Park Visitor Center, 136 Fall Street, Seneca Falls, NY 13148
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Join us for the sixth, and last, part of a six-part discussion series exploring the Declaration of Sentiments and the progress made on those grievances through grassroots reform and national legislation from 1848 to 2018. Today's program discusses the role of religion and morality in the lives of early reformers and the influence that religion and morality has had on the demands these reformers made.
About Resolutions Revisited
The Declaration of Sentiments written for the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention declares a list of grievances similar to those of the Declaration of Independence. Explore and discuss these grievances, deeply rooted in the resolute and principled beliefs of the time with Dr. Melinda Grube and park staff at Women’s Rights National Historical Park.
This six-part series will take place on six Saturdays from December to June. Each session will be held in the theater located on the first floor of the Women's Rights National Historical Park Visitor Center. Sessions begin at 2:00 P.M. No pre-registration is required. Participation is encouraged!
- December 1, 2018: Context and History
- February 23, 2019: The Preamble and the Enlightenment
- March 30, 2019: Politics and Voting
- April 27, 2019: Marriage and Property
- May 18, 2019: Education and Work
- June 15, 2019: Religion and Morality
(Note: The schedule for this series has been updated since the lapse of appropriations in January 2019.)
About Dr. Melinda Grube
Melinda Grube, PhD, a descendant of a Seneca Falls abolitionist family, has followed an educational path inspired by women’s rights history. Dr. Grube is an adjunct lecturer of history at Cayuga Community College and has portrayed Elizabeth Cady Stanton for educational programs, lectures, and events in Seneca Falls and throughout New York State for more than a decade.