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  • Joy Sprott

    Women picketed the White House in 1917 to try to get President Wilson to support woman suffrage. this sign was posted outside the Whitehouse while Wilson was fighting the war for liberty in Europe - WWI. the women who protested were arrested & treated cruelly while incarcerated. remember that when you don't want to vote. additional fact: Pres Wilson was a rascist

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    National Woman's Party Women Suffrage American History Summary

  • Robin Wells

    Photograph of Alison Turnbull Hopkins with banner, "Mr. President How Long Must Women Wait For Liberty," picketing for suffrage outside White House gate. Photograph published in The Suffragist, 5, no. 56, Feb. 7, 1917. (Two more years till women's suffrage is passed by Congress, and then another till ratified by the states in 1920. rw)

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