Put a reminder on your calendar about logging into an important program about the upcoming U.S. suffrage centennial in 2020. It’s not necessary to leave the comfort of home to sit side by side virtually with friends and colleagues from around the nation who will be glued to every word of the program: “Women’s History on the Horizon: The Centennial of Woman Suffrage in 2020.”
It’s scheduled for August 26th in commemoration of Women’s Equality Day and the 94th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. The discussion considers how nearly one hundred years of voting rights has impacted present-day political, social, and economic roles for women. The National Archives is presenting the program along with the Sewall-Belmont House.
On August 26th you can stream the discussion on YouTube by logging on: LINK Tickets are also available for the live event at the William G. McGowan Theatre in Washington, DC. Attend the event without putting a dent in your budget. Visit the Foundation for the National Archives for ticket information.