Prison City Brewing Company in Auburn, New York kicked off Brave Brews Fest with their annual Pink Boots Brew Day for Women's History Month.
Harriet Tubman and the Seward family were about as different as you could get. But their fight was the same. Abolish slavery. Together they spearheaded the efforts of the Underground Railroad in Auburn, New York.
The Women's Rights Movement was born in Seneca Falls, New York in 1848. Several women led the charge for equality, including women's right to vote. Today you can pay your respects at these women's history sites across the state.