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Celebrating the Women’s Suffrage Centennial: What Happened and What Have We Learned?

Celebrating the Women’s Suffrage Centennial: What Happened and What Have We Learned?
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Moderated by Rebecca Roberts, author of “Suffragists in Washington DC,” the panel will discuss how the 19th Amendment centennial adapted to 2020, where efforts succeeded, where they fell short, and reflect on how successful they were in raising public awareness of women’s fight for equality.

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