A “must-see” of national women’s rights historical monuments…

Wikipedia is a good source for basic background about the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument. Since 1929 the building has served as headquarters of the National Woman’s Party, a key political organization in suffrage organizing in the United States. U.S. suffrage martyr Inez Milholland had close ties with the organization.

The Belmont-Paul Women’s equality National Monument in Washington, DC is a go-to place to find your interest and passion ignited when finding out more about the women’s suffrage movement.

For more information about our U.S. suffrage martyr, go to: InezMilholland.wordpress.com

Here at Suffrage Centennials, we plod along, bringing you the best of what’s out there about 100 year observances associated with women’s history and women’s rights.

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