ERA Centennial March & Rally – Save the Date – 100 Years & Still Marching …. July 21, 2023

We are excited to share plans for our ERA Centennial March and Rally, hosted by Women March In Seneca Falls (WMISF), the Central New York National Organization of Women ( NOW), the Rochester NOW, the Women’s Institute for Leadership and Learning (WILL Seneca Falls) and Equal Rights Action, on July 21, 2023 at 5 PM at the First Presbyterian Church of Seneca Falls, located at 23 Cayuga Street. The ERA Centennial March and Rally is the culminating event on day one of the ERA Centennial Convention, occurring the same weekend, Friday, July 21 & 22nd, 2023. The ERA Centennial Convention is an intergenerational convening on the exact 100 year anniversary of the ERA in Seneca Falls. Make sure you check in at our event page to let us know you are going and visit the event page for the ERA Centennial Convention at the link above.

Protest and Rally to Defend U.S. Reproductive Rights October 2nd, 2021


October 01, 2021 / 2:50pm

(Seneca Falls, NY). Women March in Seneca Falls 2021 invites supporters to this civic action in solidarity with all Women Marches in America on October 2, 2021:
October 2, 2021
10:00 am(outdoors)
First Amendment Space @ Women’s Rights National Historical Park
136 Fall Street, Seneca Falls, NY

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Susan Scheuerman, Lead Organizer, Women March in Seneca Falls
  • New York Governor Kathy Hochul
  • Michelle Casey, President & CEO, Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York
  • May Summer Farnsworth, Spanish Language Professor, Hobart and William Smith Colleges; Feminist Activist, and Riot grrrl
  • Renee-Noelle Felice, Living Historian portraying Lucretia Mott
  • Mickey Belosi, President, CNY National Organization for Women
  • Layla Influencer:, JaRhea Dixon, Jaiyah Pierce, Brea Williams

Women March in Seneca Falls organizers wholeheartedly agree with New York Governor Kathy Hochul’s “Safe Harbor” remarks of September 27, 2021; the Governor said, “The weight of fighting for women’s rights is in New York’s DNA…So when we all watched as Texas effectively banned abortions in the state and other states introduced similar oppressive laws, I knew as New Yorkers we had to step up to our values.”
Susan Scheuerman, Lead Organizer, says, “We are against roll-backs, bans, and any type of infringement on our reproductive freedoms. As Elizabeth Cady Stanton stated, “self-sovereignty” of our bodies is what we want! We look forward to welcoming Governor Hochul and members of the public to the Birthplace of Women’s Rights in America,once again. The rally is scheduled outdoors, rain or shine. We encourage hand-made signs and expect a peaceful demonstration.”

Attendees are required to wear masks and to practice social distancing.
Susan Scheuerman, Lead Organizer
Women March in Seneca Falls