A new film now airing on public television, and available for distribution and program presentations

Votes for Women:  The History of Women’s Suffrage Through Song, tells the story of the women's suffrage movement through historical segments narrated by Nancy Giles and illustrated with archival images and video from the Library of Congress, the National Archives and other sources. These segments appear between songs from or about the suffrage movement performed by Women in Harmony, a social justice chorus from Portland, Maine, performed in concert in January of 2020 in recognition of the centennial of the ratification of the 19th amendment giving women the constitutional right to vote. 

Visit your local public broadcasting station program listings for information on when this show will be available in your region.  Airings are being added weekly, so check regularly.

The show is available for presentation at your event.  If you are interested in holding an event on women's voting rights or voting rights in general, we can help you put together a program with the film and assist in finding local speakers if needed.  Pricing varies based upon type of event.  Please contact Barbara Cray at [email protected] for more information.

We are happy to have been a monthly award winner for best historical documentary film from the Toronto International Women Film Festival and to  have received Awards of Merit Special Mention for Documentary Feature and for research from Impact DOCS Awards.  


Check out the film's Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/Votes-for-Women-the-Film-108872821454183

DVD's:  At the present time, due to outreach issues, we do not yet have DVDs available for purchase.  If you wish to purchase a DVD when they become available, you can revisit this site for updates, or you can email us at [email protected], and we will start a list of those interested in DVD purchase.