At a gathering hosted by Gloria in her home, for the benefit of the Matilda Joslyn Gage (1826-1898) Museum in upstate New York. The Gage Museum honors and celebrates the great suffragist’s leadership in equal rights for all humans, for the right to vote of women, African Americans and native Indians, for activities as an abolitionist as well as leading the movement of the separation of Church and State; believing in the sanctity of the sovereign human. These themes of sovereign freedom are the epicenter of Zoh’s long broadcast and writing history.