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Creating Icons: How We Remember Women's Suffrage



Creating Icons: How We Remember Women's Suffrage will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which recognized women's right to vote.

Daily, Now - Dec 26, 2022.

Creating Icons: How We Remember Women’s Suffrage will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which recognized women's right to vote. Highlighting women’s achievements in winning suffrage, it invites audiences to explore how the country celebrates milestones, what people as a nation remember, what (and who) has been forgotten or silenced over time and how those exclusions helped create the cracks and fissures in a movement that continues to impact women’s politics and activism.

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