“To the wrongs that need resistance, to the right that needs assistance, to the future in the distance, give yourselves.” Carrie Chapman Catt, founder of the League Of Women Voters.
Catt’s quote is as true now as it was when the League of Women Voters was founded in Chicago over 90 years ago. And the League still provides the best source for unbiased analysis of election issues that could help assist rights, resist wrongs, and create a better future for all.
The Illinois League of Women Voters just celebrated 100 years of voting rights for women. We thank them for their continuing good work.
The members of the League of Women Voters take a moment to join with the League Lady for a picture from left to right: Barbara Marsh, Henrietta Saunders, Sheri Latash, Joan Ziegler, Mary Hummel, Janet Kittlaus, Jane Ballengee
Yesterday’s Chicago Tribune asks “Who Gives The Best Nutrition Advice?”
Although we live in an agricultural belt, next to the world’s largest supply of fresh water, we shouldn’t be complacent about our sustainable food and water future.
Sheri Latash, Henrietta Saunders, Roxanne Junge and Joan Ziegler of the League of Women Voters of Glenview have developed a wealth of expertise to help us build a more sustainable nutritional future. More information is here.
Thanks to members of the League Of Woman Voters across the country, for continually helping our country craft make wiser political decisions.