Presentations

Type of presentation:
PowerPoint show
& Q&A

 
API Speaker:
Yes
 
Length:
1 hr.

(45 min. presentation,
15 min. Q & A)

 
Price:
$250*
plus travel @ .325/mi

A $25 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your presentation date.
 

Equipment/
Supplies


computer, LCD projector and screen 

 
* New Jersey nonprofit organizations are eligible to register with the New Jersey Council for the Humanities Speakers Bureau (for a small annual fee), which allows them to select up to two presentations a year from their list registered speakers which includes this presentation.
Alice Paul:
New Jersey's Heroine for Equality

Alice Paul: New Jersey's Heroine for Equality is a 45-minute PowerPoint presentation about Alice Paul's life and work featuring original photographs from her personal collection. Following the presentation is a 15-minute Q & A session with the audience.

This presentation is available for libraries, schools*, businesses and organizations. All of our speakers are trained to present to a variety of audiences.

How do I book this presentation?
Call Kris Myers, Director of Heritage & Outreach at 856-231-1885 or email kmyers@alicepaul.org to schedule your presentation at least three weeks in advance.

When booking your presentation, please let us know if you have an LCD projector and computer/laptop and screen (the speaker can bring a laptop and projector if needed). Once the $25 deposit is received, API will send a confirmation letter which includes a flyer for the presentation, the speakers bio, and an information sheet on Alice Paul, API and Paulsdale.

*This presentation is recommended for students 12 and up but there is a children's version available for Elementary students for $150. Also recommended for younger students is our history/character education program, Alice Paul & the Leadership Parade which includes the presentation and a follow-up art activity.

 

Type of presentation:
PowerPoint show, team art project & discussion

 
API Speaker:
Yes
 
Length:
1 hr.

(25 min. presentation,
25 min. team activity, 10 min. wrap-up discussion)
 
Price:
$200*
plus travel @ .325/mi
(includes presentation and art supplies)

A $25 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your presentation date.
 

Equipment/
Supplies


computer, LCD projector and screen 
Alice Paul through the Lens of Leadership


Alice Paul through the Lens of Leadership was designed for girls ages 8 through 18. This presentation covers the life and work of Alice Paul, focusing on her as a leader. Following the presentation, teams work together to decorate and assemble a leadership puzzle. Throughout this program, girls are encouraged to envision themselves as a leader and apply the terms they see in the presentation their own lives. A final discussion promotes the idea that every girl who participates can identify themselves as a leader.


How do I book this presentation?
Call Dana Dabek-Milstein, Director of Leadership Programs at 856-231-1885 or email ddmilstein@alicepaul.org to schedule your presentation at least three weeks in advance.

When booking your presentation, please let us know if you have an LCD projector and computer/laptop and screen (the speaker can bring a laptop and projector if needed). Once the $25 deposit is received, API will send a confirmation letter which includes a flyer for the presentation, the speakers bio, and an information sheet on Alice Paul, API and Paulsdale.

 


Type of presentation:

Lecture/discussion/Q&A or PowerPoint
 
API Speaker:
Yes
 
Length:
1 hr.

(45 min. presentation,
15 min. Q & A)
 
Price:
$150
plus travel @ .325/mi

(includes copies of
the report)

A $25 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your presentation date.
Equipment/
Supplies

computer, LCD projector and screen 
 
Girls Share Their Voice Brown Bag Sessions

Girls Share Their Voice is a comprehensive study of the current needs of girls in the Delaware Valley and how the Alice Paul Institute’s programs have addressed those needs over the past ten years. The study was conducted through a combination of program evaluations, local focus groups, and a thorough overview of seminal research on girls. It offers practical advice grounded in scholarly research for strengthening girls programming throughout the region.

The Alice Paul Institute can conduct brown bag sessions at local schools, corporations, and organizations to spread the word about this landmark study. We will provide copies of the report to all participants, a 45-minute presentation on the study’s findings, ways to empower adolescent girls, and a Q&A session with our Director of Leadership Programs. This program is perfect for teacher in-services and workplace diversity days.

How do I book this presentation?
Call Dana Dabek-Milstein, Director of Leadership Programs at 856-231-1885 or email ddmilstein@alicepaul.org to schedule your presentation at least three weeks in advance.

When booking your presentation, please let us know if you have an LCD projector and computer/laptop and screen (the speaker can bring a laptop and projector if needed). Once the $25 deposit is received, API will send a confirmation letter which includes a flyer for the presentation, the speakers bio, and an information sheet on Alice Paul, API and Paulsdale.

 


Type of presentation:

DVD or VHS

 
API Speaker:
No
 
Length:

approx. 2 hrs.
 
Price:
$25

(includes 50 Facts  about Alice Paul info packet for 25 people, information on API and shipping)*

 
Equipment/
Supplies

N/A
 
Iron-Jawed Angels

API has library copies of Iron-Jawed Angels available to borrow. HBO's 2004  Iron-Jawed Angels is the story of Alice Paul and the National Woman's Party. Starring Hillary Swank as Alice Paul, the movie portrays the efforts women went through for the right to vote including a year long White House picketing campaign in 1917, numerous prison sentences and forced feedings, all in the name of women's suffrage.

The star studded cast also includes Anjelica Huston, Julia Ormond, Francis O'Connor and Patrick Dempsey.
For $25, you can borrow a DVD or VHS copy of the movie for one-week and API will also send the information packet 50 Facts on Alice Paul, a great follow-up for the movie.

How do I arrange to borrow this movie?
Call API at 856-231-1885 or email info@alicepaul.org to arrange a date that you would like to borrow the movie. We will ship the movie  padded envelope but you must cover shipping costs to send it back to API within two-weeks of borrowing.

API requires a Visa or MasterCard account number in order to reserve a copy of the movie. If the movie is lost, damaged or is not returned in a timely manner, API will charge $25 to your card to cover the cost to replace our copy of the movie.

Copies of Iron-Jawed Angels are also available at  API's online gift shop.
 


Type of presentation:

DVD or VHS

 
API Speaker:
No
 
Length:
17:27 min.


 
Price:
$25

(includes pamphlet  on the history and status of the ERA for 25 people, information on API and shipping)*

 
Equipment/
Supplies

N/A
 

 


The Equal Rights Amendment:
Unfinished Business for the Constitution

DVD and VHS copies of The Equal Rights Amendment: Unfinished Business for the Constitution are available to borrow from the API library. This film portrays the Equal Rights Amendment as a legacy from the equality fighters of the past including Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony , Sojourner Truth, Lucretia Mott, Alice Paul and the National Woman's Party, and the millions of supporters who put ERA ratification at the center of the women's movement in the 1960's.

How do I arrange to borrow this movie?
Call API at 856-231-1885 or email info@alicepaul.org to arrange a date that you would like to borrow the movie. We will ship the movie  padded envelope but you must cover shipping costs to send it back to API within two weeks of borrowing.

API requires a Visa or MasterCard account number in order to reserve a copy of the movie. If the movie is lost, damaged or is not returned in a timely manner, API will charge $25 to your card to cover the cost to replace our copy of the movie.

Copies of Iron-Jawed Angels are also available at  API's online gift shop.

For more information on the Equal Rights Amendment, visit http://www.equalrightsamendment.org
 

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This page was last updated on Thursday February 12, 2009

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