League of Women Voters/Cinema Arts Event: America’s Victoria!

Composer/conductor Victoria Bond played scenes from her opera “Mrs. President” at an event to celebrate Victoria Woodhull, first woman candidate for President of the United States.

Hofstra: Victoria Woodhull stands for Open Debates

Live Blogging from Hofstra During the Hofstra re-enactment of the schisms in the Suffragette movement. Mrs. Woodhull believed that all candidates should be able to participate, “especially if they are not Democrats and Republicans” whom she opposed as a presidential candidate in 1870.

Hofstra Presidential Debate: What Would Victoria Woodhull Do?

Victoria Woodhull was a woman’s rights advocate, a leader in the woman’s suffrage movement,  and a supporter of the labor movement. In 1872, Victoria Woodhull was a candidate for President of the United States with the Equal Rights Party. This year, one of the pre-debate educational events at Hofstra University in Long Island will include […]

McKinney/Clemente appoints Campaign Manager SKCM Curry

[Update: In August 2008, the McKinney Campaign announced that SKCM was stepping down as the volunteer, interim Campaign Manager.] “Power to the People” Presidential Campaign Appoints Campaign Manager Former six-term Congress Member from Georgia, Cynthia McKinney and running mate Rosa Clemente were nominated by the Green Party at the Green National Convention in Chicago on […]