The Unfinished Business of the Nineteenth Amendment

Official program of the Woman Suffrage Procession, March 3, 1913

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This year marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment, a historic milestone in the struggle for women’s rights. With a record number of women elected to federal office in 2018, and issues of gender inequality continuing to drive national conversation, now is a timely opportunity to engage our students in thoughtful discussions on issues of government, women’s rights, and social justice.

Join us on March 11 at 3pm PDT for a professional development opportunity ideal for Women’s History Month: “Diverse Perspectives using Primary Sources.” In this webinar, Customer Success Specialist Chris Bashforth will take attendees on a primary source-based exploration of the women’s suffrage movement of the early 20th century, highlighting original historical sources from ABC-CLIO’s reference databases that can be used to support your students’ understanding of this pivotal moment in history.

This webinar is the latest installment in ABC-CLIO’s “20 in 2020 Webinar Series,” a free video series providing you and your students with quick tips and support as your class and library explore upcoming research and curriculum topics. Click here to learn more about ABC-CLIO’s databases and how they can support your curriculum, planning, professional development, and student learning goals.

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