Every Word We Utter
The sculpture responsible for the law authorizing
The Women’s Suffrage National Monument in Washington DC
Responding to an Call for a Women’s Rights Monument for Central Park in New York City
I begin to think about how to portray the height, depth and breadth of the Women’s Rights Monument
I fly to NY to present my Women’s Right’s Monument Every Word We Utter
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April - May 2018
The Coalescent Cascade
When a water droplet impacts a body of water it pushes waves outward and rebounds upward as a smaller droplet. This droplet, called the daughter droplet – gains height – then falls back to the water in what is called a coalescent cascade. This describes the height, breadth, and lasting impact of the Suffragists’ work.
June 29, 2018
Every Word We Utter is not chosen for Central Park.
July 19, 2018
The National Women’s Party makes contact on Twitter
August 18, 2018
Fly to DC and share the Women’s Monument idea with Senator Gardner at the airport
August 16, 2018
Meet with Kelsey Millay from the National Women’s Party and donate the sculpture to the Belmont Paul Women’s Museum
August 17, 2018
Begin to imagine the sculpture in Washington DC
August 24, 2018
Discover the Commemorative Works Act
August 28, 2018
In a phone call to The National Park Service we learn we need to get a law passed andwe can chose the artist.
September 1, 2018
Travel to Chicago to meet with Michele Duster, the Great Granddaughter of Ida B. Wells
September 3, 2018