5 years later in the Chapel the 1st Women’s Rights Convention held, run by female abolitionists launch-ing the drive for women suffrage (voting rights). Rhoda Bement was among subscribers. That era’s leading Black advocate Frederick Douglass spoke, invited by Rhoda’s co-chairperson of anti-slavery fund-raiser Elizbth M’Clintock. His statue stands in Seneca Falls site center.