Atlantic Cape Community College will host Cape May County Clerk Rita Rothberg at 2 p.m. in person and via Zoom on March 8—International Women’s Day—for a talk exploring the local women’s suffrage movement. This talk is part of a planned series of events centered around America’s voting history, in preparation for the college hosting the traveling Smithsonian exhibition, “Voices and Votes,” this summer.
Rothberg’s 45-minute presentation, “The Voice is our Vote: Cape May County and Suffrage,” will focus on suffragettes in Cape May County and will include a question and answer session. Attend in person at the Cape May County campus, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, or remotely via Zoom at atlantic-edu.zoom.us/j/98668135822 (Webinar ID: 986 6813 5822).
Atlantic Cape will host the Smithsonian’s “Voices and Votes: Democracy in America” exhibition, presented by Museum on Main Street in cooperation with New Jersey Council for the Humanities, at the Mays Landing campus July 11 through Aug. 13.
To learn more, visit museumonmainstreet.org.