You don’t have to host a tea party, just bring people together to discuss equality! Tea parties do though have a long tradition as part of the campaign for equal votes.
Historically, tea parties were hotbeds of political activism. It was one of the few ways women could meet without men to discuss and plan. The leading suffrage organisations used tea parties and tea shops as central elements in their campaigning. They were excellent spaces to increase awareness, discuss tactics and raise money.
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When you sign up we’ll send you a free host pack full of goodies! You’ll get cupcake toppers, an icing stencil, posters, a board game, and debate cards to get your conversation started.
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