The 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment offers an opportunity to take a closer look at stories of women of the movement — those we think we already know, and those that have been lost to history. Continue ReadingRead More
One hundred years ago, both chambers of Congress passed the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed American women the right to vote. The landmark amendment was ratified into the U.S. Constitution the following year, in August of 1920. Continue Read More
Toni Van Pelt cites health concerns in stepping down from leading the National Organization for Women. An internal investigation found evidence of "governance issues" but not racial discrimination. Continue Reading NOW President Read More
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