In September, the National Archives’ Rightfully Hers pop-up displays began arriving at schools and cultural institutions nationwide. The display contains simple messages about the expansion of the vote to millions of women, before and after the 19th Amendment, and its impact today. The ratification of the 19th Amendment was a landmark moment in American history that dramatically changed the electorate. It enshrined in the United States Constitution fuller citizenship for women and a more expansive democracy for the nation. We’ve been delighted to see these “pop-ups” in schools, libraries, and cultural institutions around the country after we offered a limited number last year. If you didn’t receive one, you can download the high-resolution posters for your school or institution from our website.
Women’s Suffrage Posters & Displays
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