On Saturday April 4, 2020, at 2 p.m. at the Dairy Building, there will be a one-hour free public concert by hammered dulcimer performer Phil Passen.  This program consists of songs about women’s suffrage from as early as the mid-nineteenth century through 1920. In addition, the program includes songs from the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries about the role of women in society, including songs about equal job opportunity, equal work for equal pay, reproductive rights, and other relevant topics. Phil introduces each song with information about the song and its historical context. This is an entertaining and informative look at the fight for women’s right to vote and the continuing fight for women’s rights.  This program is hosted by the BHHA and sponsored by the IHC Road Scholars Speaker Bureau.