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LU History & Culture 18h
101 years ago (6/26/1918) Texas women lined up to register to vote for the first time. State law restricted their suffrage to primary elections, but politically active women still celebrated this event as a major turning point in the struggle for equal suffrage.
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Senator Tom Killion Jun 24
Today marks the 100th anniversary of Pennsylvania’s ratification of the , granting women the right to vote. I was proud to co-sponsor Senate Resolution 174 commemorating this important occasion in the history of our nation and commonwealth!
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Daily News 11h
19TH AMENDMENT, A CURSE - PRESIDENT
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MsB History Ranger 13h
The suffrage exhibits & are inclusive and very well done. I learned about suffragists I’ve never heard of before, highly reccomend! ✊🏼⚖️
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Jennifer Rolle 22h
Celebrating the 100th anniversary of
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Sudarshana Gunawardana 27m
”Denounce Extremism! Protect Democracy! We will not allow ⁦⁩ to repeal the “. Fiery speech by Ven. Prof. Dambare Amila Nayaka Thera of the National Movement for Social Justice () today at the Public Event organized by the .at
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PA Department of State 1h
100 years ago, in a symbolic show of support, then-Governor Sproul added his signature to PA’s ratification document for the . Learn more about about at:
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PA Department of State 18h
Pennsylvania was the seventh state to ratify the and played a crucial role in the women’s suffrage movement. Learn about some of the brave women who fought for their right to vote:
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Judith Higgins Jun 25
Excited to have been with so many women leaders from York County at the Capitol in Harrisburg commemorating PA ratifying the 19th Amendment to our Constitution. It was meaningful to sign a mock constitutional amendment.
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Deborah Kalina Jun 25
Thrilled to be at the PA Capitol in Hburg, the most beautiful Capitol in US, June 24 with some outstanding women leaders from YoCo, to commemorate PA’s passage of the 19th Amendment. Dressed in white, the feeling in the rotunda was powerful.
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Steven Linne for Florida House D-6 Jun 22
Had fun today at the parade for 100 years since the 19th amendment was passed. The Federated Republican Woman put on a great event with a classical suffragette esque.
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Allison K. Lange, PhD 24h
Having attended several suffrage events, I have SO MANY THOUGHTS about how to make them better. 1: Have a trained historian tell the history. It's painful, misleading, and even dangerous to have only non-historians and politicians tell it
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U.S. Capitol Jun 25
in 1919, Massachusetts ratified the . One of Massachusetts' state statues in the National Statuary Hall Collection was also sculpted by a female artist. Do you know her name? Share your response in the comments and check back on Wednesday for the answer.
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Rep. Kristine Howard Jun 24
100 years ago today Pennsylvania ratified the 19th amendment and gave women the right to vote! I remember and honor the suffragettes who fought to secure this right for me and my fellow women.
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Jennifer Berthiaume Jun 20
Replying to @RogueNASA
I'm in my 2nd term as City Councilwoman and at my last "swearing in" in May 2019, I held my fiance's hand. Because we're in this together and I wouldn't be who I am without his love and support. PS Also wore white to commemorate 100yr anniv House passing the ! 💕
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Shavonnia Corbin-Johnson Jun 24
🗣 Just a reminder that not ALL could vote today, but happy 100th anniversary of the for some women, not all of whom helped the women who were not included. Props to those who did. Thank you for coming to my TED Talk 💁🏿‍♀️
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Val Richardson Jun 20
Val's Views on Abortion -1 of 5 via
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The Black Suffragist Jun 18
Did the suffrage movement sell out?
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MsB History Ranger Jun 24
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Mary Jo Daley Jun 24
Today on the steps of the state Capitol, I stood proudly with many of my legislative colleagues to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Pennsylvania's ratification of the that gave women the right to vote. (1/2)
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The Castle Group 22h
Very powerful evening last night at the Suffrage Centennial Kickoff Celebration! Thank you and for hosting this incredible event!
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