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We Honor the Millions of Women Who Fought More than Seven Decades to Win the Vote

The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States on account of sex. – Nineteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, Certified August 26, 1920

Support our mission to educate, inspire, and empower present and future generations to remain vigilant in the quest for equal rights beginning with a national memorial.

 

 

DID YOU KNOW?

Women were not included in the Constitution until the 19th Amendment. The ratification of the 19th Amendment led to the largest single one-day increase of potential voters in the history of the United States.

It took 72 years to pass and ratify the 19thAmendment. Celebrate the Centennial with us on August 26, 2020 as we dedicate the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial.

The Turning Point Suffragist Memorial will provide an overview of the entire movement, including African American suffragists who are often left out of the history books.

 

SUFFRAGIST SPOTLIGHT

LOOKING AHEAD & IMPORTANT DATES

 

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Countdown to Suffrage Centennial Silent Sentinel Awards Gala

Special thanks go to all those who attended the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Gala on June 6, 2019,...

Virginia Suffragist Sophie Meredith, “A Zealous Pioneer for Women”

By Sophie Meredith Sides Cowan, great granddaughter of Sophie Meredith In 1851 Sophie Gooding Rose was born in...

Suffragist Catherine Flanagan

by Her Granddaughter Patricia McDonald On my maternal side, I am honored to have a grandmother who also...