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Get to know Utah women’s advocates in history!

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Did you know Utah women were the first in the U.S. to vote under equal suffrage laws? Discover the stories of frontier suffragists and changemakers from every era at utahwomenshistory.org. The women’s history nonprofit group Better Days has put together a growing library of bios and articles about Utah women who’ve made history by standing up and speaking out, illustrated by Brooke Smart.

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