Arson, obstruction, destruction, and burning images in effigy--these are some of the desperate tactics that exploded within the suffrage movements, especially in Britain in the 1910s. Yet, the suffragettes who had militarized were not the whole story, but a symptom. From peaceful protest marches and signs, the determined presence of the Silent Sentinels outside the White House, and audacious vandalism, join us for a discussion of clashing approaches and persons within the suffrage movement and judge for yourself--which part would you have played? Presented by Anna Nowik Valerio is an independent scholar and speaker. She possesses a Bachelor of Arts in History with Minors in Political Science, Philosophy, and the Classics from Seton Hall University.