Copy

New at Ask A Suffragist

Here are the suffrage anniversaries we'll commemorate this week, our latest book recommendations, and more.
Excerpts:

Freedom takes the form of a woman at the United States Capitol Building.

Suffragists found this symbolism ironic, because they has so few freedoms that men enjoyed. #womenshistory #suffrage100 #suffragecentennial suffrage via Instagram https://instagr.am/p/CCdiPlBhkVY/
Read on »

The 19th Amendment was ratified on August 18, 1920, but defending the right to vote is an ongoing struggle. 

lice Paul and National Woman's Party sew stars on flag as states ratify the Nineteenth Amendment Ask a suffragist stories and wisdom from americas first feminists watermarkTennessee, the last state needed, ratified the 19th Amendment on August 18, 1920, making votes for women a constitutional right .  While the constitution now affirmed the right of women to vote, it would...
Read on »

Recommended Reading:

Now on Sale!

The first book in the Ask a Suffragist series, Stories and Wisdom from America’s First Feminists is now on sale. Order it today!

Order Ask a Suffragist from your local indie bookstore.
Find out more
Share
Tweet
Pin
Forward
Copyright © 2020 Ask a Suffragist, All rights reserved.