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- 09/28/2020 - Utah ratified the 19th Amendment on October 3, 1919.
- 09/21/2020 - “Make me a grave where’er you will…but not in a land where men are slaves.” -Frances E.W. Harper, 1858
- 09/14/2020 - In commemoration if the 100th anniversary of the #19thamendment, #Utah unveiled a new memorial.
- 09/07/2020 - New Hampshire ratified the 19th Amendment on September 10, 1919.
- 08/31/2020 - “Only faith in ourselves and in each other is needed to work a reformation.” -Marie Zakrzewska, 1857
- 08/24/2020 - April Young Bennett talks to kids about the Nineteenth Amendment: why it matters, and why it wasn’t the end of the struggle.
- 08/17/2020 - Freedom takes the form of a woman at the United States Capitol Building.
- 08/10/2020 - “I have this quiet faith in the certain triumph of the right.” -Lucy Stone, 1869
- 07/27/2020 - Montana & Nebraska ratified the 19th Amendment on August 2, 1919.
- 07/06/2020 - Wyoming gained statehood, becoming the first state with equal voting rights for women, on July 10, 1890.
- 06/29/2020 - Changing the world is a long-term project, April Young Bennett tells business leaders
- 06/22/2020 - Texas ratified the 19th Amendment on June 28, 1919.
- 06/15/2020 - Kansas, New York & Ohio ratified the 19th Amendment on June 16, 1919.
- 06/08/2020 - Better late than never! Louisiana ratified the Nineteenth Amendment on June 11, 1970.
- 06/01/2020 - The 19th Amendment was passed by Congress and sent to the states for ratification on June 4, 1919.
- 05/25/2020 - “Rightfully Hers” at the U.S. National Archives celebrates 100 years since the passage of the 19th Amendment.
- 05/18/2020 - “Mankind need only be aroused to thought to destroy forever all wrong customs.” -Antoinette Brown, 1853
- 05/11/2020 - Announcing all four books of the Ask a Suffragist series
- 03/30/2020 - April Young Bennett in the news: how more egalitarian church practices could help religious women during the COVID-19 crisis
- 03/23/2020 - Better late than never! Maryland ratified the Nineteenth Amendment on March 29, 1941.