At America's first Women's Rights Convention in 1848, attendees gathered in support of increased opportunities and empowerment for women in all spheres of life. That July weekend in Seneca Falls, New York was a watershed event in the women's movement. It continues to inspire generations of feminists and women's rights activists today.
Remember Seneca Falls with this Women's Rights National Historical Park patch. This empowering emblem sports the purple and gold the National Women's Party flag. Wear it to honor the hard work of women's rights advocates past, present and future!
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