Incredibly, the struggle to win woman suffrage in the United States lasted 72 years (1848-1920) and involved millions of women and men making enormous sacrifices. Women's Suffrage passed nationally (at least for white women) in 2020 with the 19th Amendment. Suffrage was won in New York State on November 6, 1917 with New York City men, led by trade unionists and immigrants, favoring suffrage by over 100,000 votes.

QuoteNotes are a new SCW series of notecards featuring inspirational quotes by feminists and progressives. A brief bio and photo of the person are on the back.

Women highlighted here are: Ernestine Rose, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Inez Milholland, Matilda Joslyn Gage, Sojourner Truth and Susan B. Anthony

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