American Journalism’s Spring 2019 Special Issue: Women’s Suffrage and the Media   READ MORE

  The Yellow Rose Journal: The US Suffrage Centennial 2020 Storytelling Archive A project of the National Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission   “The Forgotten Suffragists” How the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment is being remembered and how, for decades, it was not. HUMANITIES, Spring 2019, Volume 40, Number 2   All about American Journalism's special issue: Women's Suffrage and the Media Click Here George Middleton: “Votes for Women—Struggle Educates” and James Lees Laidlaw: “MENS’ LEAGUE—WHY?” St. John's Globe, New Brunswick, May 17, 1912   Theodora Bean Interview: “Carrie Chapman Catt: The Greatest Woman in Suffrage and the Greatest Story Written About Her” New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, December 29, 1912, Section 2, Page 1 Pasadena Celebrates: 2020 Rose Bowl Parade Suffrage Centennial Celebration and Float   Become a Contributor Add to our expanding database of Suffrage media Click Here   BOOKS: NEW in 2020 for the SUFFRAGE CENTENNIAL Ellen Carol DuBois's SUFFRAGE, Johanna Neuman's AND YET THEY PERSISTED, the media essay collection FRONT PAGES FRONT LINES, and Allison Lange's PICTURING POLITICAL POWER   “’19 the MUSICAL” "In '19 the Musical.' women sing and dance their way to suffrage James Anderson in Leslie’s Weekly in July 1918: “The Forty-Five Year Fight for Suffrage” “. . .The most drawn out and curious of all political fights” Leslie's Weekly, July 20, 1918, Volume 127, No. 3239, pp. 87 and 89 - Digital Library@Villanova University PANEL, VIDEO, PODCAST: Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage and the work of the San Francisco journalist, suffragist, and fiction writer Miriam Michelson NEWSEUM and Green Connection Radio, Washington, D.C., June 25, 2019
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