The Vote presented by KEET-TV
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It's the 100-year Celebration of the 19th Amendment allowing women the right to vote.
KEET-TV and The League of Women Voters of Humboldt County present a screening of The Vote from AMERICAN EXPERIENCE followed by a panel discussion. The Vote tells the dramatic culmination story of the hard-fought campaign waged by American women for the right to vote — a transformative cultural and political movement that resulted in the largest expansion of voting rights in U.S. history. This four-hour documentary will premiere on Monday, July 6th, and Tuesday, July 7th at 9 \p.m. on KEET-TV.
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- Katie Whiteside
Director of Community Engagement for KEET-TV.
- Linda Stansberry
Linda Stansberry is a writer and reporter who lives in Eureka, CA
- Sofia Pereira
Sofia Pereira has served on the Arcata City Council since 2014 and currently serves on Governor Newsom’s Council of Regional Homeless Advisors. She works in Public Health, ensuring our community’s emergency preparedness, and previously coached women across the country who were aspiring to run for office when she worked with She Should Run.
- Alex Service
Historian and author Alex Service earned her Ph.D. in Medieval Studies from England's University of York. Prior to becoming curator at the Fortuna Depot Museum in 2009, she worked in museums in Wyoming, Virginia and Massachusetts. She has co-authored four Arcadia "Images of America" books on Humboldt County history. For ten years she has been a producer and researcher (as well as frequent director and actor) for Fortuna's fund-raising theatrical/historical cemetery tour "Grave Matters and Untimely Departures." Alex is also currently board secretary for the Humboldt County Historical Society.
- Carolyn Crnich
Carolyn Crnich is a retired Registrar of Voters for Humboldt County.
- Caterina Kein
Caterina Kein holds an M.S. in Criminal Justice and specializes in victim advocacy for historically oppressed and vulnerable populations. She identifies as a multi-ethnic woman/person of color and celebrates her diversity, privileges and opportunities. Caterina lives with her husband Michael, and her daughter Naoma, in Fortuna, California.
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