Q: “What do you plan to read next?” 

A: “A manuscript by my friend Sally Roesch Wagner, who has spent many years learning how and why the Seneca women and others of the Iroquois Confederacy inspired by example their European American women neighbors to start the suffrage movement. Very real. Very unknown. Very exciting.”

Gloria Steinem, New York Times


… your performance was indeed a highlight of our Conference...you held the audience spellbound from start to finish.

Soroptimist International


There are few who can make the past come alive in all its ferocious, often flawed and sometimes majestic complexity as you did on Monday evening.  

We all thank you for a very special evening.

  Harriet Shapiro

    New York Society Library


... terrific and high impact. The strong connection between women's rights and civil rights and the importance of human rights struggles was beautifully documented.

William Patterson College, NJ


Sally's skill in research is obvious, and she is also blessed with a wonderful presentation style which stimulates thought. 

AAUW Regional Conference, Rapid City, South Dakota


… just what our campus needed…a wonderful job of bringing Stanton’s radical ideas alive for a largely conservative audience. I’ve heard nothing but positive reviews.

University of North Alabama, Florence


One of the few educational programs which directly, assertively and seriously attends to the issue(s) of race and gender.

University of California Polytechnic, San Luis Obispo, California