The 100th Anniversary of Women Winning the Right to Vote is going to be a fabulous celebration and we'll be there.
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Centennial of Women Winning the Vote: Commission for the 2020 celebration of the passage of the 19th Amendment

In connection with the National Women’s History Project, we have our eyes set on the 2020 Suffrage Centennial National Celebration. Dialogue has begun with various organizations and work is underway to establish a commission for this Centennial. Here are some websites where you can find current news:

America has developed many nationwide centennials for major historic events – The Louis and Clark Expedition, the World War I Centennial, and the Civil Rights Celebration. We should certainly be celebrating the 100th anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote on August 26, 2020.

Several States granted women full suffrage before the 19th Amendment became law; these states were mostly in the emerging West. State Centennial are underway. Join your state’s or start your own celebration.

1869 Wyoming
1893 Colorado
1895 Utah
1896 Idaho
1910 Washington
1911 California
1912 Oregon, Arizona, Kansas
1914 Nevada, Montana
1917 New York
1918 Michigan
1919 Oklahoma, South Dakota
8/26/20 US Women Win the Vote

Please visit the Contact page if you are interested in being a part of this event.

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  • Crystal Eastman, eminent lawyer, activist and writer, has virtually disappeared from history after her untimely death in 1928. Yet she was a pivotal player in the social movements that shaped her world - and ours. She left an institutional legacy in the defining issues of the modern era: labor, feminism, civil rights, freedom of speech and press, peace, international relations.

    Crystal Eastman: A Forgotten Revolutionary for the 21th Century

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    Remembering Inez: The Last Campaign of Inez Milholland, Suffrage Martyr

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