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One Hundred Years Later


USPS Womens Rights Stamp 2020
USPS 100th Anniversary Womens Rights Stamp 2020

Silent Sententials

Still standing

In memory, years later

Syllable Lune

August 26, 1920 Women’s Rights To Vote, 19th Amendment, went into effect after many years of campaigning by Women’s Sufferage groups, especially Alice Paul, Lucy Burns, Katherine Morey, and many others who fought and suffered so valiantly for this.

So thankful to all those women who gave of their time, effort and sufferings to win us women today the right to vote!

Let’s not let them down! Let’s not let their efforts be wasted or done in vain. Let’s be sure to vote!!

Author:

A born and raised Midwesterner who traveled to Oregon in 2006 via the Oregon Trail route, fell in love with Oregon and now call it home. I am retired and pursuing my life long dream of becoming a Freelance Inspirational Writer.

3 thoughts on “One Hundred Years Later

  1. Interesting video. I think I had seen a bit of the story, but not that much. Thank the Lord for those willing to suffer in order to bring freedom to others. I can’t imagine what it would be like if women still could not vote.

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