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Join us for an afternoon's culinary adventure with Laura Kumin, author of All Stirred Up! Suffrage Cookbooks, Food and the Battle for Women's Right to Vote. This online program will include stories about the suffragists, the food they ate and how cookbooks helped to win their cause. Ever courageous and creative, suffragists carried their cause into America’s homes through cookbooks and food. Kumin will also demonstrate some cooking tips from her book.

This event is free. Registration is required to get an access code as well as the recipe for a libation to enjoy while watching the program.
Presenters
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    Laura Kumin
    A former lawyer in Washington, DC, Laura Kumin traded torts for tarts, believing in the power of food to bring people together. For her, cooking is one of life’s great joys and sharing food an even greater pleasure. She has written about food for The Washington Post, USA Today, Huffington Post and the Jewish Food Experience and maintains the blog Mother Would Know, all with the goal to help those who appreciate home cooking and want to do more of it. For All Stirred Up! Kumin put her legal research skills to use, digging deep into archives at the Library of Congress and online to uncover stories of the suffragists and the cookbooks they published to win hearts and stomachs. All Stirred Up! : Suffrage Cookbooks, Food, and the Battle for Women's Right to Vote is available as a print and e-book. Order it through bookshop.org or from Amazon and Laura will get a small commission on the sale. Visit Laura’s website to learn more: https://laurakumin.com/books/all-stirred-up/
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    Lucy Beard
    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.
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