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Montana & Nebraska ratified the 19th Amendment on August 2, 1919.

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Why is it “Ask a Suffragist,” not “Ask a Suffragette?

In this video clip, April Young Bennett, author of Ask a Suffragist: Stories and Wisdom from America’s First Feminists, explains why the book title uses the term “suffragist” instead of the word, “suffragette” to...
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Ask a Suffragist visits the home of Julia Ward Howe

The book covers Julia’s feminist awakening during the 1840s, when she was secretly writing a novel about an intersex character. via Instagram
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April Young Bennett talks about feminism on Tell Me Your Story

What does Ask a Suffragist author April Young Bennett think about Donald Trump, sexist robots (e.g. artificial intelligence driven hiring systems that still discriminate against women) and “angry” feminists? These topics and more were...
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Ask a Suffragist coming soon to Brooklyn Public Library.

 I was thrilled to hear that Brooklyn Public Library, the 5th largest American library system, is adding Ask a Suffragist to its collection. via Instagram Did you find Ask a Suffragist at...
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