The Alice Paul Institute is excited to host author and professor Julie Chi-hye Suk for a dynamic conversation about the women who led the fight for the Equal Rights Amendment. In this virtual author talk, Suk will share stories included in her forthcoming book, We the Women: The Unstoppable Mothers of the Equal Rights Amendment. Register today to hear Suk share the incredible stories of the forgotten women lawmakers and lawyers who shaped the ERA over a century.
This event is Free. Registration is required to receive the access code. If you are not available to join us for the live event, register now and you will receive a notice when the recording is published.
Executive Director, Alice Paul Institute
Lucienne Beard has been active with API since 1994, first as a volunteer and a board member and from 2000-2007 as API’s Program Director, establishing the interpretive story for public visitation at Paulsdale and creating the Alice Paul Leadership Programs for girls. She has been the Executive Director at API since 2012. She has a BA in International Affairs from The George Washington University and an MA in American History from Rutgers University. Beard has served on the boards of the Girl Scouts, PA Museums, New Century Trust, and currently is Treasurer on the board of the National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites and a steering committee member for the Women’s Vote Centennial Initiative and a New Jersey delegate to the Vision 2020.
Dr. Julie Chi-hye Suk
Dr. Julie Chi-hye Suk is a frequent commentator in the media on legal issues affecting women, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Vox , and CBS News . The U.S. House Judiciary Committee cited Suk’s scholarly work on the ERA in its report supporting the removal of the ERA ratification deadline. A professor of sociology, political science, and liberal Studies at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY), Suk also serves as the academic dean overseeing the Graduate Center’s interdisciplinary master’s programs.