Replica Justice Bell Makes It’s Debut

In residence at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Museum

On August 26th, our Justice Bell replica made its official debut in a celebration and artists reception at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Museum in the Historic Landmark Building in Philadelphia where It had been in exhibition from August 12 to 25.

Replica Justice BellOur replica Justice Bell was made at the historic Traction Company in Philadelphia by sculptors Erin Addie and Gary Pergolini, alumni of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA). Rob Roesch, world-renowned sculptor and Chair of the Sculpture Department at PAFA, oversaw the project. Although lightweight and made of a resin material, it looks like the real bell and is the same size. See details below.

Our Replica Justice Bell is going on tour in 2020!

The replica Justice Bell will visit schools in 2020 as part of our Justice Project Education Initiative and will also accompany our film screenings for “Finding Justice: The Untold Story of Women’s Fight for the Vote.”

Replica Justice BellIf you are interested in the replica Justice Bell traveling to your city, please contact us here Contact

Learn about all of our events, including our plans for 2020 here: Justice

2019-09-02T21:59:06-05:00September 2nd, 2019|Projects, Suffrage Centennial|

Tea With Alice and Me Comes to Long Beach

Zoe Nicholson on stage.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 20, 2018

Zoe Nicholson to perform Tea with Alice and Me in her own town.
Beverly O’Neill Theater, 300 E Ocean Blvd, Long Beach CA
Hosted by Second District Councilwoman, Jeannine Pearce
Friday, March 30, 2018

One of the places that the suffrage movement helped to open to women—we always had a little tearoom always at our headquarters where most newspaper people used to come. The people that were doing the press for us were headed by Mrs. Florence Boeckel. They formed this Women’s Press Club, which now exists. It was formed there in our little tea house.
Miss Alice Paul

Wild West Women takes Tea with Alice and Me to Long Beach, CA; to one of the most prestigious and lovely theaters in Southern California, The Beverly O”Neill. Located in the Long Beach Convention complex, this intimate theather is celebrated with plays and operas. Hosted by Councilwoman, Jeannine Pearce, in celebration of Women’s History Month.

This multi-media one-woman stage presentation features Alice Paul scholar, Zoe Nicholson. With a backdrop of hundreds of photographs and newspaper clippings, Zoe tells the story of the great teacher of Nonviolent Direct Action and the incendiary thread of tea in the American Women’s Revolution; Seneca Falls: 1848 to Washington DC 2018. Zoe will dramatically and accessibly reveal the Alice Paul few know about, and share Paul’s tools for activism and how Zoe herself was ignited into activism.

Suffragist Miss Alice Paul was the first to bring non-violent, direct action to America, ten years before Gandhi and decades before Martin Luther King. She was the first to organize a march to the White House, leader of the activist branch of women’s suffrage movement, a picket who was forced fed. Author of the Era, and worker for Women’s Rights until her death at age 92! Her tactics, philosophy and experiences give us tools today for our own activism, righteous indignation, and passion to build a torch, light it, and carry it for Equality.

  • March 30, 2018
  • Beverly O”Neill Theater
  • The performance concludes with a Q & A
  • Tea Reception with book signing
2019-07-01T13:02:02-05:00February 20th, 2018|News Stories, Projects|

Tea With Alice and Me to Premiere January 7, 2018

Suffragist, Activist, ALICE PAUL’S life and work presented in solo performance

Tea With Alice and MeWith Zoe Nicholson, writer, scholar, for one day only, January 7, 2018

Alice Paul inspired “women not to give up, making them share her conviction that the political equality of women “is worth sacrificing everything for, leisure, money, reputation, and even our lives” (Jeremy McCarter,  Young Radicals)

TEA WITH ALICE AND ME premieres on Sunday, January 7, 2018, 2 pm in the West Hollywood City Council Chambers, 625 N. San Vicente, West Hollywood, CA 90069. Begin the New Year with the experiences of one who was un-daunted by challenges and defeats–to winning Women suffrage, 1920, and beyond.

Suffragist ALICE PAUL was the first to bring non-violent, direct action to America, 10 years before Gandhi and MLK; leader of the activist branch of women’s suffrage movement, a picket who was forced fed, to win the vote in 1920. Author of the Era, and worker for Women’s Rights until her death at age 92! Her tactics, philosophy and experiences give us tools today for our own activism, righteous indignation, and passion to build a torch, light it, and carry it for Equality.

This multi-media one-woman stage presentation features Alice Paul scholar, Zoe Nicholson. With a backdrop of hundreds of photographs and newspaper clippings, Zoe tells the story of the great teacher of Nonviolent Direct Action and the incendiary thread of tea in the American Women’s Revolution; Seneca Falls: 1848 to Washington DC 2018. Zoe will dramatically and accessibly reveal the Alice Paul few know about, and share Paul’s tools for activism and how Zoe herself was ignited into activism.

*Co-Sponsored by the City of West Hollywood,
*The performance includes a Q and A and a tea reception.
*Parking is free with validation at the site.
*Tickets: Eventbrite

2018-02-20T18:00:37-06:00December 21st, 2017|Projects|