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Here are the suffrage anniversaries we'll commemorate this week, our latest book recommendations, and more.
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Minnesota ratified the 19th Amendment on September 8, 1919.

Minnesota ratified the 19th Amendment on September 8, 1919.
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Better late than never! Alabama ratified the 19th Amendment on September 8, 1953.

Better late than never! Alabama ratified the 19th Amendment on September 8, 1953. The 19th had become law in 1920.    
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“Only faith in ourselves and in each other is needed to work a reformation.” -Marie Zakrzewska, 1857

“Only faith in ourselves and in each other is needed to work a reformation.” -Marie Zakrzewska, 1857 Marie Zakrzewska immigrated from Germany to the United States, and helped pioneer female opportunity to pursue the...
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Defenders of Human Rights: Ernestine Rose #19forthe19th

Ernestine Rose coined the phrase, “Women’s rights are human rights.” She was an activist in Poland and England and fought for the rights of American women after immigrating to the United States. via Instagram...
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Book April Young Bennett as a motivational speaker for your event.

As we celebrate the Women’s Suffrage Centennial in 2019 and 2020, it is a great time to look back to what we can learn from the past as we work toward a better future....
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