The Robbins Hunter Museum is hosting a "Courageous Voices Roundtable," the first event of a three-year program of the Robbins Hunter Museum to celebrate Victoria Claflin Woodhull, a native of Homer, Ohio in Licking County and the first woman to run for U.S. President in 1870.
Rachel Marco-Havens (read more about her here) will be one of four panel members moderated by Judith Dann, who will also deliver the opening remarks. Carol Apacki (Licking County Concerned Citizens for Health and Enviornment), Rita Kipp (League of Women Voters), and Ceciel Shaw (Strong Voices Rising) round out the panel. Using the backdrop of Woodhull's own courageous voice, Rachel, Carol, Rita, and Ceciel will introduce their stories and their community activism work.
This event is not sponsored or affiliated with the Granville Historical Society; we announce it here as a service to people interested in local history who may wish to attend. You can find more information and register for the event here.