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Women’s March to celebrate the seneca falls convention

First-Ever Women’s Equality Weekend Conference - August 23 -26, 2018, Seneca Falls, New York

Women’s March Video Courtesy of Jim Sinicropi, SU, Maxwell School Alumni

NY US Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand for Seneca Falls Revisited

A Message from New York State U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand to the Seneca Falls Revisited conferences Attendee to remind us about the seneca falls convention

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Women’s Equality Weekend

Seneca Falls Revisited where women can Find Their Center

Yogi Sealy

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Sherylynn Sealy is a yogi, strategist, artist, and educator with a varied background. She received dance and choreography training from studios and experts from New Haven Ballet, Joffrey Ballet School, Bosoma Dance Company, and Urban Bush Women which has significantly shaped her unique style. Sherylynn is also a member of the Dance/NYC Junior Committee.

Sherylynn creates solo and group artistic works that depict a positive message of encouragement. She is the founder and dance instructor for an eight-member dance group at her church in Brooklyn, NY, Greater Glory Nazarene Ministries. The former ballet instructor at Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School in New Haven, CT, has had her work performed at various churches and schools across New England and New York including at the Shubert Theatre in New Haven, CT. The freelance artist has performed original solo choreography at various churches across New England and New York, and at the International Festival of Arts and Ideas in New Haven, Connecticut.



Jocelyn R. Taylor

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In 2010, Jocelyn R. Taylor found JRT Multimedia, LLC, a full-service, boutique strategic brand marketing, event and media agency that serves the luxury and premium lifestyle industries.  As the Chief Brand Media and Revenue Officer, she specializes in brand architecture bringing a proven knowledge and success of disrupting and impacting top organizations to create monetization within a variety of industries ranging from non-profit, retail and telecommunications to magazine publishing, entertainment, media, branded content video newsroom and SaaS - integrating digital technology, marketing, analytical and social media methodologies. 

Most recently, Taylor is proud to announce LayerUpWithJRT ™, a new solution-focused business initiative of JRT Multimedia. Together with her Managing Partner, Chandra McQueen, they launched this female-inspired empowerment social responsibility campaign and “call-to-action" Global movement in Park City, Utah during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. It is great to have them participate at the women’s conference in Seneca Falls Revisited, Rochester, New York.



Natalie Douglas

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Free to be Me/4 Women Cabaret Show

Sat. Aug 25, 8pm - Lyric Theatre, Rochester

Join 10-time MAC Award winner & entertainer extraordinaire Natalie Douglas as she delights the audience with the soulful stylings of Billie Holliday, Lena Horne, Abby Lincoln and Nina Simone.

A New York City native, Natalie is a Renaissance woman and has shared her concerts, workshops & master classes with audiences & students across the USA, (Carnegie Hall, Birdland, Café Carlyle, The Town Hall, Herbst Theatre, Thalian Hall and Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater & Appel Room) and the world (The UK, Germany, Montenegro, Greece, Corsica, Argentina and Mexico).


She is joined by New York City’s finest Musical Director and piano virtuoso Jon Weber.  The evening emcee is the incomparable Patrick Riley, Journalist, Producer and Author.  Patrick was formerly a producer for The Oprah Winfrey Show.  




New York State Women’s Conference

Continuing The Momentum

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Getting Civically Re-Engaged


The 3rd year of this 3-Day Conference and Retreat, salutes the 1869 NYS Women’s Suffrage Convention in Saratoga Springs,  New  York.  On Sunday, 8/25 we will kick off the day with various events ending in a Black & White Ball with performances and dancing where you can see VIPs, members of the New York State Women’s Legislative Caucus and hear about the fascinating aspects of the history of the women’s movement then, where we are today and where the movement is heading.   The weekend has a variety of workshops and critical thinking sessions, the Bevy, golfing, yoga and more. 


We thank our 2016 NY State Women’s Conference featured speakers who believed in ”having their voices heard” and inspired the name of our organization.

CREW  [Civically  Re-Engaged  Women]

Presenting The Future - Seneca Falls Revisited

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Celebrating the Centennial of the Ratification of the 19th Amendment 

August 25-27, 2019

Dear Friends,

Welcome to the celebration of the ratification of the 19th  Amendment. We’re here to learn, bond and reflect as we strategize our Centennial celebration of the 19th Amendment. Our conference is called Seneca Falls Revisited in tribute to the historic 1848 convention. We’re here in Saratoga Springs because the New York State Suffrage Convention was held here in 1869. We’re connecting with our roots.

New York State is  at  its best - we welcome our elected officials, top executives, colleagues and friends as we network and bond with the pride of the heritage our foremothers have given us.  Thank you for being here to share this amazing weekend with us.  Mark your calendars in 2019 (and July  24-27,  2020  in  NYC  led  by  MBP  Gale  Brewer  as  we  pay  tribute  to  the  Centennial of  the  19th  Amendment  and  Iconic  women  of  the  movement  ) - we will be here book early for next year.

Celebrating The Centennial of Suffrage

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The 2019 Seneca Falls Revisited Conference and Retreat acknowledges the importance of the centennial of the 19th Amendment giving American Women the right to vote.  


The Conference is held August 25-27 at the Gideon Putnam Hotel in Saratoga Springs, NY.  All are welcome.  


We will acknowledge the past, examine our present and make plans for our future as the agenda for American Women can be strengthened and upgraded.  


Join us, represent your community and elevate your voice for yourselves and the future of opportunity and hope for our children and future generations.