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Lisa Annette Stanley outside the Ed Sullivan Theater, Times Square, October 2001

Women's Suffrage Centennial

August 26, 1920 - August 26th, 2020

100 Years of Voting Rights for Women

2020, the Centennial Anniversary of the Ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution that granted Women the Right to Vote on August 26th 1920, is generally recognized as Women's Equality Day.  

Not all of our Women's Rights SheRoes who went before us lived to see the realization of their Dream of Equality For ALL.

Women's Equality Pioneers Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott Susan B. Anthony all died before the 19th Amendment was Ratified.  

 

Alice Paul and Carrie Chapman Catt didn't live to see the Equal Rights Amendment get passed into Law.  Countless female figures from HerStory have paved the way for those of us in the Present to pick-up the mantel & carry the Torch.

This Generation has such Living Legends as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsberg & Gloria Steinem who have made it their life's work to Champion Equality for All, for Women's Rights & the Ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment.  They along with so many more People & Organizations have gotten us to this point. 

Let's  make this happen during their lifetime.

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