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Women's suffrage

19th Amendment
Screenings explore 1913 women's suffrage march
Published April 27, 2020
Krieger School screens advance clips from the upcoming PBS 'American Experience' series, convenes producers and experts for panel discussion
Game night
Published Spring 2020
Game from Sheridan Libraries' Special Collections challenges players to advocate for women's voting rights while avoiding police / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Women's History Month
'Barbie: Queen of the Prom' and other bygone games
Published March 5, 2020
Vintage Game Night at Johns Hopkins features 13 retro gems that show how far women's rights have come—and how far there is still to go
A historian's view of women's suffrage
Published Feb 21, 2020
Martha Jones discusses the legacy of the 19th Amendment and the black women suffragists who sparked and continue the voting rights movement
Value the vote
Hopkins plans yearlong commemoration of women's suffrage
Published Feb 5, 2020
Events throughout 2020 will highlight the centennial of the 19th Amendment and explore the legacy and shortcomings of the women's suffrage movement
Barbara Mikulski reflects on 100th anniversary of 19th Amendment
Published Jan 10, 2020
The women's suffrage movement was a 'scrappy, hard-won fight,' but it was not without its flaws, says the former U.S. senator, who is now a Homewood Professor of Public Policy at JHU