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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

In August 1920, 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.
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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/04/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Votes…for Women? Exhibition in Vermont
    10:00 -17:00
    12/04/2019-12/08/2019

    72 Porter Field Rd, Middlebury, VT 05753, USA

    72 Porter Field Rd, Middlebury, VT 05753, USA

    “An exhibit of vintage photographs, banners, and memorabilia coincides with the 100th anniversary of the campaign to ratify the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution in 1920.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/04/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/04/2019-01/05/2020

    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.





  • Justice Must Be Done
    12:30 -15:30
    12/04/2019

    1300 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560, USA

    1300 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560, USA

    “It is 1840, and Lucy Caldwell is organizing ordinary citizens for a meeting of the Ipswich Female Anti-Slavery Society. This 20-minute interactive theater program takes place inside the exhibit Within These Walls, a 250-year-old home that was brought from Massachusetts and tells the stories of the real families who lived in it. While the meeting may be about the Abolition movement of the 1840s, visitors are encouraged to consider strategies they can use to make a positive change in our modern-day society.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    12/04/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/04/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Votes...for Women? Exhibition in Vermont
      10:00 -17:00
      12/04/2019-12/08/2019
      72 Porter Field Rd, Middlebury, VT 05753, USA
      72 Porter Field Rd, Middlebury, VT 05753, USA

      “An exhibit of vintage photographs, banners, and memorabilia coincides with the 100th anniversary of the campaign to ratify the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution in 1920.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/04/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/04/2019-01/05/2020
      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.





    • Justice Must Be Done
      12:30 -15:30
      12/04/2019
      1300 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560, USA
      1300 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560, USA

      “It is 1840, and Lucy Caldwell is organizing ordinary citizens for a meeting of the Ipswich Female Anti-Slavery Society. This 20-minute interactive theater program takes place inside the exhibit Within These Walls, a 250-year-old home that was brought from Massachusetts and tells the stories of the real families who lived in it. While the meeting may be about the Abolition movement of the 1840s, visitors are encouraged to consider strategies they can use to make a positive change in our modern-day society.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      12/04/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/09/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/09/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/09/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/09/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/09/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/09/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/09/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/09/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/10/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/10/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/10/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/10/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/10/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/10/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/10/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/10/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/11/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/11/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/11/2019-01/05/2020

    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.





  • Justice Must Be Done
    12:30 -15:30
    12/11/2019

    1300 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560, USA

    1300 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560, USA

    “It is 1840, and Lucy Caldwell is organizing ordinary citizens for a meeting of the Ipswich Female Anti-Slavery Society. This 20-minute interactive theater program takes place inside the exhibit Within These Walls, a 250-year-old home that was brought from Massachusetts and tells the stories of the real families who lived in it. While the meeting may be about the Abolition movement of the 1840s, visitors are encouraged to consider strategies they can use to make a positive change in our modern-day society.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    12/11/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/11/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/11/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/11/2019-01/05/2020
      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.





    • Justice Must Be Done
      12:30 -15:30
      12/11/2019
      1300 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560, USA
      1300 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560, USA

      “It is 1840, and Lucy Caldwell is organizing ordinary citizens for a meeting of the Ipswich Female Anti-Slavery Society. This 20-minute interactive theater program takes place inside the exhibit Within These Walls, a 250-year-old home that was brought from Massachusetts and tells the stories of the real families who lived in it. While the meeting may be about the Abolition movement of the 1840s, visitors are encouraged to consider strategies they can use to make a positive change in our modern-day society.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      12/11/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/12/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/12/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/12/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/12/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/12/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/12/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/12/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/12/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/13/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/13/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/13/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/13/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/13/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/13/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/13/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/13/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/14/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/14/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/14/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/14/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/14/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/14/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/14/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/14/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/15/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/15/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/15/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/15/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/15/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/15/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/15/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/15/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/16/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/16/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/16/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/16/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/16/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/16/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/16/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/16/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/17/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/17/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/17/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/17/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/17/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/17/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/17/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/17/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/18/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/18/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/18/2019-01/05/2020

    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.





  • Justice Must Be Done
    12:30 -15:30
    12/18/2019

    1300 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560, USA

    1300 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560, USA

    “It is 1840, and Lucy Caldwell is organizing ordinary citizens for a meeting of the Ipswich Female Anti-Slavery Society. This 20-minute interactive theater program takes place inside the exhibit Within These Walls, a 250-year-old home that was brought from Massachusetts and tells the stories of the real families who lived in it. While the meeting may be about the Abolition movement of the 1840s, visitors are encouraged to consider strategies they can use to make a positive change in our modern-day society.”

    Click here for more info.





  • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
    13:00 -17:00
    12/18/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/18/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/18/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/18/2019-01/05/2020
      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.





    • Justice Must Be Done
      12:30 -15:30
      12/18/2019
      1300 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560, USA
      1300 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560, USA

      “It is 1840, and Lucy Caldwell is organizing ordinary citizens for a meeting of the Ipswich Female Anti-Slavery Society. This 20-minute interactive theater program takes place inside the exhibit Within These Walls, a 250-year-old home that was brought from Massachusetts and tells the stories of the real families who lived in it. While the meeting may be about the Abolition movement of the 1840s, visitors are encouraged to consider strategies they can use to make a positive change in our modern-day society.”

      Click here for more info.





    • Votes for Women Exhibition at Hennepin History Museum Minneapolis, MN
      13:00 -17:00
      12/18/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/19/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/19/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/19/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/19/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/19/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/19/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/19/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/19/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/20/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/20/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/20/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/20/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/20/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/20/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/20/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/20/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/21/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/21/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/21/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/21/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/21/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/21/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/21/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/21/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/22/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/22/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/22/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/22/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/22/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/22/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/22/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/22/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/23/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/23/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/23/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/23/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/23/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/23/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/23/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/23/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/24/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/24/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/24/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/24/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/24/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/24/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/24/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/24/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/25/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/25/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/25/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/25/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/25/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/25/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/25/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/25/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/26/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/26/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/26/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/26/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/26/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/26/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/26/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/26/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/27/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/27/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/27/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/27/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/27/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/27/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/27/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/27/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/28/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/28/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/28/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/28/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/28/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/28/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/28/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/28/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/29/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/29/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/29/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/29/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/29/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/29/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/29/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/29/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/30/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/30/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/30/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/30/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/30/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/30/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/30/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/30/2019-12/22/2020
      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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  • Why Women Should Vote
    09:00 -17:00
    12/31/2019-05/22/2020

    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.





  • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
    10:00 -17:30
    12/31/2019-01/03/2021

    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
    12/31/2019-01/05/2020

    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
    12/31/2019-12/22/2020

    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
    • Why Women Should Vote
      09:00 -17:00
      12/31/2019-05/22/2020
      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.





    • Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote
      10:00 -17:30
      12/31/2019-01/03/2021
      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
      12/31/2019-01/05/2020
      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
      12/31/2019-12/22/2020
      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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