The Magic Sash Episode 6

The Procession

Lotty and Isaiah’s journey through time drops them in 1913, at the Woman Suffrage Procession in Washington, D.C. They find a now elderly Florence, still waiting for the day when her right to vote is protected by the constitution. The kids come up with an out-of-this-time idea: What if they take “Granny Flo” with them?

Host: Aly Raisman

Lesson Plan

Developed by the National Park Service
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Guiding Question: How should a group determine who or what best represents the group's ideas and goals? How can the group make sure the decisions are fair to all members of the group?

Learning Objectives:

  1. Students will identify and summarize the importance of the 1913 Woman's Procession in Washington, DC.

  2. Students will name some of the organizers and leaders of the 1913 Woman's Procession and identify their roles in the march.

  3. Students will design a banner or float to represent their state's participation in the 1913 Woman's Procession and explain the symbols and words selected in their designs.

About the Podcast

Actors:
Lotty - Katelyn Joseph
Isaiah - David Dotson
Florence - Jennifer Roszell

Credits:
The Magic Sash is a production of the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission, the National Park Service, TRAX from PRX, and Gen-Z Media. The podcast was envisioned by WSCC Executive Director Anna Laymon with support from Kelsey Millay. Executive Producers: Genevieve Sponsler (TRAX from PRX) and Ben Strouse (Gen-Z Media). Creators: Benjamin Strouse, David Kreizman and Chris Tarry. Writers: Sandy Rustin and David Kreizman. Music: Peter Kiesewalter. Additional Music: Chris Tarry and Jennifer Rowekamp. Sound design and music editing: Chris Tarry and Darian Newsome. Production Director: Michelle Tattenbaum.


Original Air Date: September 9, 2020

Last updated: September 9, 2020

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