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Immerse yourself into two decades of groundbreaking history; when women were beating down barrels of alcohol with hatchets and marching for the right to vote. Europe was at war and Woodrow Wilson was trying desperately to keep America out of the fight, bu pivotal events and propaganda would eventually sway popular option, and set America on a new course.
This exhibition delves into issues of immigration, labor, suffrage–moments that shaped Binghamton and America during these two decades. Ripples of this period are still felt within our culture today.
This new exhibition will open February 1 and remain on view until June 2020.