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Spilling the Tea on Women's History at White Hall

White Hall State Historic Site
Dani Gift
The childhood home of Mary, Laura, Anne, and Sarah (Sallie) Clay, all of which played an integral part in our nation's fight for equal rights.

Some of the women who played a key role during the Women's Suffrage Movement lived in White Hall State Historic Site in Richmond, KY. In Today's Interview, WEKU's Wendy Barnett talked to Parks Coordinator Dani Gift about the progress these women made for women's rights.

In honor of Women's History Month, a Women's History Tea and Tour event at White Hall State Historic Site is set for Saturday, March 26, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. Tickets on sale until March 19.

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