The Women's Suffrage Movement
One hundred years ago, Congress passed the 19th amendment, securing women’s suffrage in the United States.
Women make up nearly a fourth of U.S. Congress and 25 percent of state legislators today are female, but women still remain largely invisible in history, from statuary to currency
Today on All Sides, how women’s suffrage came to be and the role women play in U.S. history.
- Rosie Rios, Educator, historian, 43rd Treasurer of the United States
- Megan Wood, Director of Cultural Resources and member of the Ohio Suffrage Centennial Commission. The Ohio History Connection
- Susan Ware, historian, author of "Why They Marched: Untold Stories of the Women Who Fought for the Right to Vote,” Honorary Women’s Suffrage Centennial Historian at Harvard’s Schlesinger Library