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Women’s Suffrage: A ‘Crooked’ Path

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This month (August 2020) marks 100 years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. While we like to think of this event as a clear turning point in history, the truth is a lot more complicated. Historian Susan Schulten illuminates the complex and often hidden history behind the amendment’s passage — from the crooked path to ratification, to unsung heroes and troubling racial inequality.  

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Susan Schulten

Susan Schulten is a professor of United States history in the University of Denver’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

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More information:

  • Suffrage at 100
  • See below for a slideshow of images and documents provided by Schulten related to the suffragist movement

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