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Author Talk – Suffragists In Washington, DC: 1913 Parade And The Fight For The Vote

Monday, March 18, 2019, 7:00 PM
The Columbia Residences Community Room, 2425 L Street NW

Registration is required
No Fee
No Fee
Please join us for a fascinating and timely story of how women ultimately gained the right to vote. Those decades-long efforts were revitalized by The Great Suffrage Parade of 1913, the first civil rights march set in the capital, and subsequent protests, picketing and creative politicking led by the National Women’s Party and supporters. Learn about the cliff-hanger decision that ultimately led to ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment.

Cost: Free 

Accessibility: The Columbia Residences is wheelchair accessible via an exterior lift, located to the left of the stairs at the front entrance. Once inside, you will be on the ground floor. Follow signs to the inside elevator, and take it to the second floor where the community room is located. 

Registration is required.

Note: Books will be available for purchase.

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