Here are some ideas about how to begin planning now for the 2020 women’s vote centennial. You will probably have your own ideas. If you know of local Quaker women, in addition to the most well-known activists, now is the time to get busy networking. You can also contact the Women’s History Alliance (formerly the National Women’s History Project) for suggestions of available programs and other suggestions. This is from the Gazette published by the Women’s History Alliance promoting the 2020 suffrage centennial.
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