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Women’s Equality Day

Despite the diverse coalition of activists who fought for its passage, the 19th Amendment didn’t bring voting equality to all women. Women’s Equality Day offers an opportunity to correct the record and explore how a whitewashed version of history is sustained and supported to this day. These resources can help you encourage students to think critically about this important anniversary, celebrate steps toward justice and recognize the injustices we still need to fight.


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