But Not ALL Women...
It is crucial to note that the 19th Amendment did not by any means make suffrage possible for all women. Native American, African American, and women living in United States territories have all faced challenges post-1920. Read more about these exclusions from the following resources.
List of articles to link to:
- “Celebrate Women’s Suffrage, but Don't Whitewash the Movement's Racism” – Tammy L. Brown, Associate Professor of Black World Studies, History, and Global and Intercultural Studies, Miami University
- “Black Women Had to Fight for the Right to Vote on Two Fronts” – from AARP
- “Who was excluded?: Women's Suffrage” – from the National Park Service