Looking to make a difference by helping to educate America’s youth about women's long struggle for the right to vote? Join me in supporting this program to place educational calendars on the walls of secondatry school classrooms during the centennial year of the passage of the 19th Amendment.
Using text and reproductions of historic photographs, banners, maps, and memorabilia, these limited-edition calendars reveal the full, though not well-known, story of women and the vote, a story that began more than 200 years ago and continues to the present day.
As students work their way from July 2019 through December 2020, they will acquire knowledge of the complex struggle that led to the adoption of the 19th amendment and deepen their understanding of the crusade by way of introduction and exposure to leading suffragist trailblazers, including women from Sojourner Truth to Alice Paul.
"Women and the Vote: Centennial Calendar" was created by the WNDC Educational Foundation. The Educational Foundation supports a variety of civic education and engagement progams for youth.
The WNDC Educational Foundation is a 501(c)(3). Donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.