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๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑ historical happenings, fashion, art style from a century ago - British House of Lords rejects women suffrage, 1914
A poster advertising the weekly suffragette newspaper Votes for Women (1909). Hilda Dallas. Around 1905, the militant campaign began with the formation of the Women’s Social and Political Union. In 1918 the Representation of the People Act 1918 was passed, enfranchising women over the age of 30 who met minimum property qualifications. The Representation of the People Act 1928 extended the voting franchise to all women over the age of 21.
The 19th amendment allows women to vote. In this picture it shows that all woman deserve the right to vote.
Votes For Women, 1911
It doesn't matter what you wear or how you look, we both know what you do when you're behind the booth. When it's time to put the marker to paper... yeahhhhh.
Votes for Women Poster
Calling ALL PEOPLE WHO CARE ABOUT WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE: MARCH & MASS MEETING. Past/Present/Future.
There is so much at stake for generations, young and old, of women. Our education, our careers, our families, our safety. Remember, please.
Another example of how restrictive voter laws are limiting women’s access to the polls: Texas Judge almost denied for miss matched ID
Milwaukee County League of Women Voters
Here's another AIGA Get Out the Vote poster (by Jamie Gray) encouraging women to make their voices heard.
"Women bring all voters into the world, Let Women Vote"
Vintage Vote poster by Obey
Your vote doesn't count only if you don't vote. Do not succumb to apathy. That is what is wanted of you. Get out the vote! Have a say! Politicians WORK FOR YOU! So reward the ones who have done the job well, and fire the ones who haven't!
Should women vote?