Marguerite Kearns is a freelance writer specializing in photography and digital media.
Article: “Long Island’s Three Wagon Women,” by Marguerite Kearns, New York History blog, April 9, 2014.
Photojournalism is more important today than ever before in terms of empowering people all over the world to bear witness, participate in and make contributions to social change movements. It’s exciting to see the connections between the activists of an earlier age and the activism for our times. Find out about the remarkable story of what it took for women to win the vote with news and views of the U.S. women’s suffrage movement. Stay in touch as the work moves forward! See Suffrage Wagon News Channel and LetsRockTheCradle.comRead More
Photo Gallery: Black and White Photography, 2013. See below.
Photo Gallery: Alcatraz Island, 2011.
Audio: Mother’s Day broadcast, KUNM, 2011. Web site feature: “The Baby Boy Who Inspired a Green Business,” 2011.Read More
"Verily, I am embarked in a very unpopular cause and must be content to row upstream." Susan B. AnthonyAdditional Info