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Records of Rights: Equal Rights Exhibition

Records of Rights: Equal Rights Exhibition
1 hour

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After the 15th Amendment banned voter discrimination, Southern states still barred most African Americans from the polls. Women campaigned until 1920 for their right to participate in elections—they continue to fight for equal pay. Various groups have battled against ethnic and religious discrimination in the military, schools, and public accommodations.

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