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Teaching 19 Facts About the 19th Amendment

19 Facts About the 19th Amendment

In 1920, the 19th Amendment empowered millions of women across the United States following a seven-decade campaign. The struggle to expand voting rights to women resonates today. For the first time, a woman of color has been elected vice president. And while women’s suffrage seems like an issue of the past, there are debates around the country regarding who should vote and how.

Dianne Bystrom, Former Director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics, Iowa State University and Karen M. Kedrowski, Director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center, Iowa State University
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Why is the women's suffrage movement still important today?


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