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Historic Denver’s Molly Brown House Museum

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2020 marked the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment which enfranchised half of the population by granting women the right to vote. Learn about Margaret Brown’s own role in the suffrage movement and how much of the work to get women to the polls only just began in 1920, and together we’ll draw the topic forward to contemporary issues of voting rights. Time is in MDT.

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