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This is all about the early 1900s Women's Suffrage movement and how they finally got the right to vote in 1920. Description from deviantart.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

I had to make a "Women's Suffrage" poster or flier type thing and I kind of went overboard and turned it into an art project XD It was fun though ;D Thi... Woman's Suffrage Poster

History of Women’s Suffrage and “First” Women in Politics – the Southwest Indiana Experience | MyLO

Roberta Heiman of the LWVSWIN Board developed a 40-minute PowerPoint presentation to be shared with local civic organizations and classrooms. Due to the pandemic, she is not doing any talks in the immediate future but you can contact h

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Suffragettes vs. Police: Vintage Photos of Women's Suffrage Movements, ca. 1910s

One hundred years ago today, on Jan. 12, 1915, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to reject a constitutional amendment that would have given women the right to vote. The final vote — 204 against and 174 for — came at the end of a 10-hour debate. It was not until five years later, in 1919, that the 19th Amendment passed, giving the vote to all American women. (Women had only previously been permitted to vote in certain states.) Here's a collection of dramatic photos from the women's…

Women's Suffrage Parade Women's Suffrage picket parade in Washington, D.C., 1917. Photo colorization by Sanna Dullaway for TIME / original ima

For this year's International Women's Day, TIME commissioned photo editor Sanna Dullaway to colorize images from the suffrage movement.

Why did suffragists wear white? Symbols of the suffrage movement, explained

From bluebirds and cats to pins shaped like jail cells, early 20th-century activists used visual cues to advocate for women’s right to vote.

“Our weapon is public opinion”

One of the largest surviving collections of suffrage posters from the early twentieth century are housed in Cambridge University Library’s famous tower. This month, a selection will go on display for the centenary of the Representation of the People Act that finally gave some women the vote.