The year 2015 is the 95th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. This means a birthday party for American women who in 2015 have been full U.S. citizens with voting rights for 95 years. The year 2020 marks the centennial of citizenship for American women, and an increasing number of people aren’t letting the holiday pass without recognition, and yes, a celebration.
This video points out some of the resources you can access online as you’re getting ready to sponsor an event for friends, family or your organization. The Library of Congress is one such resource.
SuffrageCentennials.com is a clearinghouse for women’s suffrage news, views, events and celebrations. SuffrageCentennials.com is also a multi-media platform that’s a resource for voters, policymakers, educators, students and citizens of all kinds. SuffrageCentennials.com has been publishing since 2013.
Get your 95th anniversary button from the gift shop at the National Women’s History Project. It’s only $2.
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