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TPSM on #WhyImVoting

By Whitney Stohr, Social Media Chair – Media & Marketing Committee Last Monday, October 27th, The Huffington Post published an article on HuffPost Women, titled Why 27 Influential Women Are Voting This November (And Why You Should Too). Since then, the hashtag #WhyImVoting has all but gone viral, with
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Day 1 of the 1st Annual “Night of Terror” Campaign

TODAY IS THE DAY: The first day of the first annual, nationwide Night of Terror campaign! Over the next 2 weeks — leading up to November 14-15 — we will be posting new content and information about the Night of Terror and women’s suffrage movement. We will also post articles, photos and other
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Announcing: Partnership with Suffrage Wagon News Channel

On November 1st – 15th, the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial will be partnering with the Suffrage Wagon News Channel to observe and raise awareness of the 1917 “Night of Terror.” Follow us on social media, and stay tuned for new content! Facebook Turning Point Suffragist Memorial:
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College Campus Call to Action: Night of Terror, Nov. 1-15, 2014

This November marks the 97th anniversary of the November 14, 1917 “Night of Terror” at the Occoquan Workhouse in Lorton, Virginia. To mark this important date, the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association (TPSMA) is calling on universities and student groups across the country to join us in remembering the
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Let’s Get Down to Business: 7 Things You Should Know About the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association

1.  The Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association (TPSMA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia. 2.  TPSMA is administered by a volunteer Board of Directors, responsible for the funding and design of the memorial. 3.  The Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority
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TPSM Announces Nationwide “Night of Terror” Campus Campaign, November 1st-15th

The Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association (TPSMA) invites students and universities across the country to participate in our upcoming “Night of Terror” campus campaign, November 1 – 15, 2014, by hosting events to raise awareness about the women’s suffrage movement and the November
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