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Updated Suffrage Gazette Celebrates What Women Achieved. In keeping with an expanded online presence and the promotion of the 2020 Women’s Suffrage Centennial, the National Women’s History Alliance is proud to announce Volume 2 of the “Women Win the Vote” Gazette, now available for free download above on this page.

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Posted: (2 days ago) Updated Suffrage Gazette Celebrates What Women Achieved. In keeping with an expanded online presence and the promotion of the 2020 Women’s Suffrage Centennial, the National Women’s History Alliance is proud to announce Volume 2 of the “Women Win the Vote” Gazette, now available for free download above on this page.

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Our History - National Women's History Alliance

Posted: (6 days ago) In 1980, the National Women’s History Project (NWHP) was founded in Santa Rosa, California by Molly Murphy MacGregor, Mary Ruthsdotter, Maria Cuevas, Paula Hammett, and Bette Morgan to broadcast women’s historical achievements.

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2020 Honorees - National Women's History Alliance

Posted: (9 days ago) Norton became active in the civil rights and voting rights movements as a college student. She was an organizer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and participated in Mississippi Freedom Summer, a campaign to register the state’s disenfranchised African American citizens to vote, in 1964.

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December - National Women's History Alliance

Posted: (8 days ago) December Highlights in US Women’s History. December 1, 1955 – Rosa Parks refuses to give up her seat on a bus to a white person; her arrest sparks the modern civil rights movement in the US December 5, 1935 – Mary McLeod Bethune creates the National Council of Negro Women; December 7, 1941 – Capt. Annie Fox receives the first Purple Heart awarded to a woman for her service while under ...

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History of the Women's Rights Movement - National Women's ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Living the Legacy: The Women’s Rights Movement (1848-1998) “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” That was Margaret Mead’s conclusion after a lifetime of observing very diverse cultures around the world.

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Honor a Suffragist Near You - National Women's History ...

Posted: (8 days ago) The Campaign. The legacy of the Suffrage Movement often focuses on a small group of women as the embodiment of movement. The iconic figures of Susan B. Anthony or Ida B. Wells, although deserving of recognition did not act alone.

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Detailed Timeline - National Women's History Alliance

Posted: (2 days ago) 1900 By now, every state has passed legislation modeled after New York’s Married Women’s Property Act (1848), granting married women some control over their property and earnings.. 1908 Muller v State of Oregon, 208 U.S. 412 (1908): The U.S. Supreme Court upholds Oregon’s 10-hour workday for women. The win is a two-edged sword: the protective legislation implies that women are physically ...

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November - National Women's History Alliance

Posted: (7 days ago) November Highlights in US Women’s History. November 1, 1848 – First medical school for women, the New England Female Medical School, opens, in 1874 it merges with Boston University to become one of the world’s first co-ed medical schools; November 8, 1910 – The state of Washington passes a constitutional amendment to guarantee woman suffrage ...

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February - National Women's History Alliance

Posted: (5 days ago) February Highlights in US Women’s History. February 1, 1978 – First postage stamp to honor a black woman, Harriet Tubman, is issued in Washington, DC; February 4, 1987 – First “National Women in Sports Day” is celebrated by Presidential Proclamation; February 11, 1989 – Rev. Barbara Harris became the first woman bishop in the American Episcopal Church and in the Anglican Communion ...

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