“Third Generation Suffragist Rides for Women’s Equality”
By Lisa DeMasi
July 23, 2020
Link to article, below.
Link to article, below.
Hello, hello! A big reminder from me to celebrate Women getting the right to VOTE! 2020 is the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. I had planned a significant part of this year to be out riding in commemoration of women’s suffrage, as I come from a long line of suffragists. Of course, this ride has been cancelled due to the virus.
Meanwhile, please watch the PBS 4-part series on American Experience. Each PBS station will have different links, dates, and times, so just google, PBS American Experience Vote and you should find it easily. Cheers!
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Filmmaker Wren Winfield joins Bernice in celebrating independent women with a 4th-of-July sale on the Lady Long Rider documentary film. July 1st through July 5th, the DVD will be $15 plus shipping.
Click here to purchase.
This necklace was given to Bernice by school kids attending an outdoor-education camp which she came upon when long riding in Montana in 2017. She added the coins of Susan B. Anthony and Sacagawea, and still wears it every day.
This is a lovely, reflective article about Bernice in the incredible women’s magazine, UNUM Magazine. Bernice’s story is the first in a series about Women’s Journeys. Thank you, Sunny Cooper, for your lovely writing.
Link to UNUM Magazine article, with more photos.
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Approaching her 50th birthday, Bernice Ende picked up the reins and rode south on a borrowed horse. Her plan was to visit her sister, a 2000-mile ride from Montana to New Mexico. She never imagined that facing the challenges of life alone on the road, would take her so much further.… In Lady Long Rider, Bernice shares the miles of insight she gained on the horseback ride that ultimately became a 15-year 30,000-mile journey of self discovery.
What Bernice has to say about the film:
I was reluctant to watch the film. As I told the filmmaker, Wren Winfield, ‘I’ve lived it, I don’t need to watch it.’ However, curiosity got the best of me. Words failed me, but my tears did not. I was deeply moved by Wren’s ability to capture the essence of my rides. I applaud her presentation of my life with such artistic beauty and sincere dedication to depicting both the narrative and the insights gained from my life as a long rider.”
W+E1 Productions is pleased to announce that the film “Lady Long Rider” is now available for purchase. And I, Bernice, are pretty darn thrilled, too! (smiles)
PURCHASE THE FILM here, through the filmmaker, Wren Winfield, at W+E1 Productions.