National Women’s History Project: Suffrage Centennial Gazette
"1920-2020 Celebrating the Centennial of Women's Suffrage;" "How Women Won the Vote." National Women's History Project, August 2017, June 2018.
Era: Post-Suffrage Era | Media: Newspapers
The National Women’s History Project produced two volumes of a gazette to promote activities across the country in the run-up to the 2020 national Women’s Suffrage Centennial celebration.
The first volume includes a report on the critical New York State victory; information on notable suffragists and dates from every state; and national news and online resources, the 2020 poster and more. It was produced in newsprint and as the full PDF seen here, which you can also download below.
The second volume offers encouragement to those planning events and celebrations for the suffrage centennial, gives updates on different ways organizations are already commemorating the women’s suffrage movement, publishes historical context on the drive to ratify the 19th Amendment and highlights when every state voted on the amendment and the vote’s outcome. You can also download the gazette below.