The State of Equality

Written and directed by Caldera Productions and co-produced with Wyoming PBS. With the national campaign for a women’s suffrage amendment stalled, the thinly populated Wyoming Territory in 1869 became the first democracy in the modern world to recognize a woman’s unqualified right to vote. Colorful frontier characters, a volatile mix of motives, and the caprice of history drive this story of a neglected chapter in America’s past.

December 2019

A Co-Production of

Thank you for your interest in State of Equality. DVDs will be released in spring 2020. To pre-order your copy today fill out the form below. Thank you!

Thank you for your interest in hosting a screening of State of Equality, a co-production of Wyoming PBS and Caldera Productions. Please take a moment to fill out this screening request form and tell us a little about your event. Upon event approval Wyoming PBS staff will be in touch with you with materials and details.

Screening conditions: all screenings must be free to the public and hosted by any non-profit, educational, or government entity. There is no fee or license to screen the film, but both Wyoming PBS and Caldera Productions must be credited in any promotional materials. A request letter on organizational letterhead is required. Thank you!

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