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The 19th Amendment Centennial Anniversary

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“The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.”
Amendment XIX

“The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.”
Amendment XIX

A hundred years ago, American women achieved their first milestone in the long-going journey for equal rights. The suffragists won women the right to vote when the ratification of the 19th amendment into the US constitution was signed on August 26th, 1920.
This turning point was achieved after many years of struggle that women have led throughout the US, and it is one of the most significant accomplishments of the American female legacy.
In 2020, the 100th anniversary will be celebrated across the nation with exhibitions, special events, ceremonies, talks, and more.
Check out WWP’s designated calendar to stay updated with events across the US, WWP’s itinerary ideas, and landmarks to visit to celebrate this historic moment.

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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/01/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/01/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/01/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/01/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence
    10:00 -18:00
    01/01/2020-01/05/2020

    719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

    719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

    An exhibition that is reviewing more than 80 years of women movement actions to gain the right to vote. Organized chronologically presenting portraits and photographs of events and key leaders.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/01/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/01/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/01/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/01/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/01/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence
      10:00 -18:00
      01/01/2020-01/05/2020
      719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA
      719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

      An exhibition that is reviewing more than 80 years of women movement actions to gain the right to vote. Organized chronologically presenting portraits and photographs of events and key leaders.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/01/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/02/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/02/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/02/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/02/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence
    10:00 -18:00
    01/02/2020-01/05/2020

    719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

    719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

    An exhibition that is reviewing more than 80 years of women movement actions to gain the right to vote. Organized chronologically presenting portraits and photographs of events and key leaders.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/02/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/02/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/02/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/02/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/02/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence
      10:00 -18:00
      01/02/2020-01/05/2020
      719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA
      719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

      An exhibition that is reviewing more than 80 years of women movement actions to gain the right to vote. Organized chronologically presenting portraits and photographs of events and key leaders.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/02/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/03/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/03/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/03/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/03/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence
    10:00 -18:00
    01/03/2020-01/05/2020

    719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

    719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

    An exhibition that is reviewing more than 80 years of women movement actions to gain the right to vote. Organized chronologically presenting portraits and photographs of events and key leaders.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/03/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/03/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/03/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/03/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/03/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence
      10:00 -18:00
      01/03/2020-01/05/2020
      719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA
      719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

      An exhibition that is reviewing more than 80 years of women movement actions to gain the right to vote. Organized chronologically presenting portraits and photographs of events and key leaders.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/03/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





4
  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/04/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/04/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/04/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/04/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence
    10:00 -18:00
    01/04/2020-01/05/2020

    719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

    719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

    An exhibition that is reviewing more than 80 years of women movement actions to gain the right to vote. Organized chronologically presenting portraits and photographs of events and key leaders.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/04/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/04/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/04/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/04/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/04/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence
      10:00 -18:00
      01/04/2020-01/05/2020
      719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA
      719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

      An exhibition that is reviewing more than 80 years of women movement actions to gain the right to vote. Organized chronologically presenting portraits and photographs of events and key leaders.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/04/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/05/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/05/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/05/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/05/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence
    10:00 -18:00
    01/05/2020-01/05/2020

    719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

    719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

    An exhibition that is reviewing more than 80 years of women movement actions to gain the right to vote. Organized chronologically presenting portraits and photographs of events and key leaders.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/05/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/05/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/05/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/05/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/05/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence
      10:00 -18:00
      01/05/2020-01/05/2020
      719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA
      719 S St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

      An exhibition that is reviewing more than 80 years of women movement actions to gain the right to vote. Organized chronologically presenting portraits and photographs of events and key leaders.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/05/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/06/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/06/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/06/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/06/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/06/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Kentucky Ratification Day Celebration
    17:00 -19:30
    01/06/2020

    319 Wapping St, Frankfort, KY 40601, USA

    319 Wapping St, Frankfort, KY 40601, USA

    Celebrate the 100 years of Kentucky ratification of the 19th Amendment.
    “We’ll have a reception, remarks from public officials, the sewing of Kentucky’s star to our own Ratification Flag, and a screening of the film “Dreamers and Doers: Voices of Kentucky Women.”

    Click here for more info.

  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/06/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/06/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/06/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/06/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/06/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Kentucky Ratification Day Celebration
      17:00 -19:30
      01/06/2020
      319 Wapping St, Frankfort, KY 40601, USA
      319 Wapping St, Frankfort, KY 40601, USA

      Celebrate the 100 years of Kentucky ratification of the 19th Amendment.
      “We’ll have a reception, remarks from public officials, the sewing of Kentucky’s star to our own Ratification Flag, and a screening of the film “Dreamers and Doers: Voices of Kentucky Women.”

      Click here for more info.

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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/07/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/07/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/07/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/07/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/07/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/07/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/07/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/07/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/07/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/07/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





8
  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/08/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/08/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/08/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/08/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/08/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/08/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/08/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/08/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/08/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/08/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





9
  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/09/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/09/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/09/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/09/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/09/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/09/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/09/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/09/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/09/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/09/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





10
  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/10/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/10/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/10/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/10/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/10/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/10/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/10/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/10/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/10/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/10/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





11
  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/11/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/11/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/11/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/11/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/11/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Alice Paul’s Birthday Party
    14:00 -16:00
    01/11/2020

    128 Hooton Rd, Mt Laurel Township, NJ 08054, USA

    128 Hooton Rd, Mt Laurel Township, NJ 08054, USA

    “The Alice Paul Institute kicks off our 2020 Centennial celebrations with a celebration of Alice Paul’s birthday!
    In honor of Alice’s role in the success of ratifying the 19th Amendment and women winning the right to vote, API is hosting a dynamic presentation by Lucia McMahon, entitled “The Movement is a Sort of Mosaic”: A History of the Women’s Suffrage Movement.”

    Click here for more info.

  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/11/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/11/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/11/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/11/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/11/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Alice Paul’s Birthday Party
      14:00 -16:00
      01/11/2020
      128 Hooton Rd, Mt Laurel Township, NJ 08054, USA
      128 Hooton Rd, Mt Laurel Township, NJ 08054, USA

      “The Alice Paul Institute kicks off our 2020 Centennial celebrations with a celebration of Alice Paul’s birthday!
      In honor of Alice’s role in the success of ratifying the 19th Amendment and women winning the right to vote, API is hosting a dynamic presentation by Lucia McMahon, entitled “The Movement is a Sort of Mosaic”: A History of the Women’s Suffrage Movement.”

      Click here for more info.

12
  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/12/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/12/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/12/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/12/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/12/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Script-In-Hand Series reading of SUFFRAGE by Jenifer Nii
    14:00 -16:00
    01/12/2020

    138 W 300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101, USA

    138 W 300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101, USA

    “SUFFRAGE is Jenifer Nii’s 2013 play. Jenifer’s other plays with Plan-B include WALLACE (co-written with Debora Threedy), THE SCARLET LETTER, RUFF! KINGDOM OF HEAVEN (music by David Evanoff) and THE WEIRD PLAY (she also contributed to several SLAMs and (IN)DIVISIBLE).
    SUFFRAGE is the story of two sister wives and how they navigate Utah’s little-known place in history as the second U.S. territory to give women the vote.
    The original cast returns to celebrate the centennial of the 19th Amendment as part of Better Days 2020.”

    Click here for more info.

  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/12/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/12/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/12/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/12/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/12/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Script-In-Hand Series reading of SUFFRAGE by Jenifer Nii
      14:00 -16:00
      01/12/2020
      138 W 300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101, USA
      138 W 300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101, USA

      “SUFFRAGE is Jenifer Nii’s 2013 play. Jenifer’s other plays with Plan-B include WALLACE (co-written with Debora Threedy), THE SCARLET LETTER, RUFF! KINGDOM OF HEAVEN (music by David Evanoff) and THE WEIRD PLAY (she also contributed to several SLAMs and (IN)DIVISIBLE).
      SUFFRAGE is the story of two sister wives and how they navigate Utah’s little-known place in history as the second U.S. territory to give women the vote.
      The original cast returns to celebrate the centennial of the 19th Amendment as part of Better Days 2020.”

      Click here for more info.

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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/13/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/13/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/13/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/13/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/13/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/13/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/13/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/13/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/13/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/13/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/14/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/14/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/14/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/14/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/14/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/14/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/14/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/14/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/14/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/14/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/15/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/15/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/15/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/15/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/15/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Lugar Series Suffrage Celebration in Indiana
    17:30 -19:30
    01/15/2020

    1410 N Delaware St, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA

    1410 N Delaware St, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA

    “Celebrate the centennial of women’s right to vote with a performance of Digging in Their Heels from Sally Perkins.

    Click here for more info.

  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/15/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/15/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/15/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/15/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/15/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Lugar Series Suffrage Celebration in Indiana
      17:30 -19:30
      01/15/2020
      1410 N Delaware St, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA
      1410 N Delaware St, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA

      “Celebrate the centennial of women’s right to vote with a performance of Digging in Their Heels from Sally Perkins.

      Click here for more info.

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17
  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/17/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/17/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/17/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/17/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/17/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/17/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/17/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/17/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/17/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/17/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/18/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/18/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/18/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/18/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/18/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/18/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/18/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/18/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/18/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/18/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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  • Family Day at Jane Addams Hull-House Museum
    09:00 -17:00
    01/19/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    This family day will focus on celebrating the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote 100 years ago.
    The Jane Addams Hull-House Museum will offer guided tours, storytime about activism, theater games inspired by Viola Spolin, arts and crafts, and more.

    Click here for more info.

  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/19/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/19/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/19/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/19/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/19/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Family Day at Jane Addams Hull-House Museum
      09:00 -17:00
      01/19/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      This family day will focus on celebrating the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote 100 years ago.
      The Jane Addams Hull-House Museum will offer guided tours, storytime about activism, theater games inspired by Viola Spolin, arts and crafts, and more.

      Click here for more info.

    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/19/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/19/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/19/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/19/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/19/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/20/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/20/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/20/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/20/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/20/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/20/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/20/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/20/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/20/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/20/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/21/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/21/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/21/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/21/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/21/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/21/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/21/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/21/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/21/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/21/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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23
  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/23/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/23/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/23/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/23/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/23/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • One Woman, One Vote: 25th Anniversary Screening
    19:00 -21:00
    01/23/2020

    700 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20408, USA

    700 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20408, USA

    “Join us for a screening of the 25th anniversary version of the PBS documentary One Woman, One Vote, featuring an introduction by Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg https://wanderwomenproject.com/women/ruth-bader-ginsburg/. The film documents the struggle that culminated in the ratification of the 19th Amendment and the 70-year struggle for women’s suffrage. Discover why the crusaders faced entrenched opposition from men and women who feared the women’s vote would ignite a social revolution.
    A panel discussion will follow the film.”

    Click here for more info.

  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/23/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/23/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/23/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/23/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/23/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





    • One Woman, One Vote: 25th Anniversary Screening
      19:00 -21:00
      01/23/2020
      700 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20408, USA
      700 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20408, USA

      “Join us for a screening of the 25th anniversary version of the PBS documentary One Woman, One Vote, featuring an introduction by Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg https://wanderwomenproject.com/women/ruth-bader-ginsburg/. The film documents the struggle that culminated in the ratification of the 19th Amendment and the 70-year struggle for women’s suffrage. Discover why the crusaders faced entrenched opposition from men and women who feared the women’s vote would ignite a social revolution.
      A panel discussion will follow the film.”

      Click here for more info.

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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/24/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/24/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/24/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/24/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Outsiders Book Club : The Female Persuasion, novel by Meg Wolizer
    11:00 -12:30
    01/24/2020

    12 Eldridge St, New York, NY 10002, USA

    12 Eldridge St, New York, NY 10002, USA

    “In honor of the Year of the Woman – celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage – this book club celebrates stories of women as outsiders. The protagonists of these novels, short stories and memoirs find themselves on the margins of society – as activists encountering political, sexual or social opposition, or minorities struggling to understand a new culture. Through reading benchmarks, thoughtful questions and group discussions, you’ll unpack women-centric narratives and themes. Each month, your skilled group leader Lucy Shahar will guide robust group discussions and illuminate new insights.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/24/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/24/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/24/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/24/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/24/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Outsiders Book Club : The Female Persuasion, novel by Meg Wolizer
      11:00 -12:30
      01/24/2020
      12 Eldridge St, New York, NY 10002, USA
      12 Eldridge St, New York, NY 10002, USA

      “In honor of the Year of the Woman – celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage – this book club celebrates stories of women as outsiders. The protagonists of these novels, short stories and memoirs find themselves on the margins of society – as activists encountering political, sexual or social opposition, or minorities struggling to understand a new culture. Through reading benchmarks, thoughtful questions and group discussions, you’ll unpack women-centric narratives and themes. Each month, your skilled group leader Lucy Shahar will guide robust group discussions and illuminate new insights.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/24/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/25/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/25/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/25/2020-05/22/2020

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

    “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

    Click here for more info.

  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    01/25/2020-01/03/2021

    Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

    In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

    The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

    Click here for more info.

    For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    01/25/2020-12/22/2020

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

    “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
    HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
    * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
    * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

    Click here for more info.





  • More events
    • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
      09:00 -21:00
      01/25/2020-01/18/2021
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA
      45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

      “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

      Click here for more info.

    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      01/25/2020-05/31/2020
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA
      Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

      “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Women: A Century of Change
      10:00 -18:00
      01/25/2020-05/22/2020
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA
      1145 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA

      “Exhibition and book from National Geographic showcases iconic women around the world. The exhibition’s stunning photographs, drawn from National Geographic’s unparalleled image collection, span nine decades and feature a myriad of countries.”

      Click here for more info.

    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      01/25/2020-01/03/2021
      Washington, DC
      Washington, DC

      In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the National Archives Museum is showcasing this exhibition that is reviewing the resistant battle of the American suffragists to get women the right to vote.

      The exhibition will be presented for more than a year at the Lawrence F. O’Brien Gallery, and occasional events will be held in this subject.

      Click here for more info.

      For additional exhibitions about the suffragists struggle see in this article.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      01/25/2020-12/22/2020
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA
      314 S 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA

      “Minnesota was the fifteenth state to ratify the amendment in 1919. The women’s suffrage movement started in Minnesota decades earlier and many women residents of Hennepin County played a pivotal role in the effort to convince Minnesota voters to pass the amendment. Votes for Women explores the lives of the Hennepin County suffragists and the tactics they used in their quest.
      HHM is offering two program series in conjunction with the exhibit:
      * Suffrage Saturdays: educational activities in the Great Room of the Museum on the third Saturday of each month;
      * Centennial Conversations: a series of panel discussions focusing on life for women one hundred years after winning the vote.”

      Click here for more info.





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  • Sisters for Suffrage, How Utah Women Won the Vote
    09:00 -21:00
    01/26/2020-01/18/2021

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    45 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, USA

    “Celebrating 150 years since Utah women became the first in the nation to vote under an equal suffrage law, this exhibition highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society in the local and national woman suffrage movements. Intriguing historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for children make this exhibit an engaging experience for visitors of all ages. Come and learn the inspiring stories of Latter-day Saint women who organized to secure and defend women’s rights in Utah and across the nation!”

    Click here for more info.

  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    01/26/2020-05/31/2020

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    Jane Addams Hull-House, 800 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60607, USA

    “Based on a 1910 essay written by Jane Addams, this exhibition explores the widespread grassroots national movement organized by American women demanding the right to vote and to be recognized as full citizens in the United States. As we approach the 2020 Centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution and look towards the 2020 presidential election, we reflect on questions of women’s leadership, electoral power, voice, racism within women’s movements and women’s power to impact civic affairs.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Women: A Century of Change
    10:00 -18:00
    01/26/2020-05/22/2020