History, Art, Music, Repeat – Girlfriend Getaway to Nashville, TN

Nashville is nicknamed as the Music City as it is known to be the center of Country Music. The city is home to some great music venues and museums dedicated to country music and musicians. Yet, another great reason to visit Nashville is to celebrate its key role in the ratification of the 19th Amendment Read more…

Set the Feminist Wheels in Motion – Bicycle as a Vehicle for Female Empowerment and Liberation

The first time bicycles were introduced in the United States – they became strongly associated with the women’s liberation movement. Not only did they provide freedom of movement, but they also influenced the sense of orientation in the outdoors, accelerated dress reform, introduced map-reading skills, allowed the urban women to explore nature, and traveling, and Read more…

Seneca Falls Girlfriend Getaway – Female Heritage, Wine and Nature

This getaway is about visiting historic places, wine tasting, and fun. Take your girlfriends, partners, or family or travel by yourself to enjoy the freedom that we have as women thanks to our female ancestors. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Phi Mu • Cornell University (@cornellphimu) on Aug 28, 2019 at Read more…

Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment with Special Exhibitions in DC in 2019-2020

One of the most important events in the American women’s history is approaching – the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the American constitution. On August 26th, 2020, the nation will celebrate the amendment that eliminated the prohibition of voting rights based on sex and gave American women the right to Read more…

The Future of Gender Representation on Traffic & Road Signs

They are blending into the streets we occupy, the highways we drive through. Directing us to turn right, to stop, to be careful around school children and to watch out for falling rocks. They are there to keep the order in public spaces, to prevent accidents or confusion in the navigation of the concrete jungle. Read more…

Women’s Equality Day: Celebrating the Past and Working on the Future

Behind the celebrations of August 26th – Women’s Equality Day – stand more than 100 years of women’s rights actions. Here is the brief timeline of the making of Women’s Equality Day in the US, from New York, via Tennessee, to Washington D.C. 1848 The year 1848 is considered as the official starting date of Read more…

A Day Trip Following the Suffragist Movement Presence in DC

The freedom and the options that are so obvious to us in the present were not the reality for our female ancestors, and in the middle of the 19th century, they have started a journey to gain women the right to vote and for equal rights. Actions of the suffragist movement happened in many places Read more…

Suffragists Taking the Streets on Their Way to the Ballot

A fascinating, diverse and at times dramatic journey has led the way to – what now seems to be obvious – women’s right to vote. What came to be known as the US Suffrage Movement, included different suffragists tactics – newspapers, hikes, and fashion – to win the support of the public and the decision Read more…