ANN: Paul Tenkotte in a free online event lecture with Q&A focusing on NKy suffragists, June 9, 6 pm

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Northern Kentucky women were influential in both the Kentucky and national movements for women’s suffrage. In celebration of the National Women’s Vote Centennial join Northern Kentucky University (NKU) in restoring the names and actions of these brave women to the hallowed halls of history. The NKU 6@6 Lecture Series presents Dr. Paul A. Tenkottee in giving a half-hour Zoom lecture, followed by a half-hour of questions/interaction. The event is free and open to the public.

Tuesday, June 9th, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Zoom link https://nku.zoom.us/j/93117465072

Paul A. Tenkotte, Ph.D., professor of history at Northern Kentucky University is a leading researcher and writer on our region’s history. Besides his many books, chapters, and short publications Tenkotte is co-editor of The Encyclopedia of Northern Kentucky; and Gateway City: Covington, Kentucky, 1815-2015. He also edits the weekly “Our Rich History” column in the NKyTribune, and has been a contributor to 16 television documentaries, including "Where the River Bends: A History of Northern Kentucky" (WKET).

For more information go to sixatsix.nku.edu