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Meeting with the President, Jan 9, 1917
This is unfair! Women Need the right to vote.
We are going to have to concert public opinion on the behalf of women.
Protesting the White House, Mar 4
Mr. President how long must we wait for freedom?
Are you frightened to let us vote?
First group of sentinels arrested of Layette Park, August 15.
Ma'am you are under arrest.
I can't believe this is happening.
The Silent Sentinels Have a meeting with the president explaining why women should vote. Although the president says otherwise. Telling the women to get the public's opinion about the topic.
Aug 21, Prisoners Released
It was hell in there.
U.S. federal appeals court declares unconstitutional arrests and detainment of all White House suffrage pickets.
Sept. 16 Speech Burned
President we need this for our society.
First group of Lafayette Park protesters tried, convicted, and sentenced to time in old District workhouse. Denied political prisoner status, they begin hunger strikes.
June 4, 1919, Senate passes Suffrage.
We need to pass this amendment they're going crazy.
Lafayette Park protesters released after serving 6 days and not eating.
Open-air meeting in Lafayette Park; suffrage protesters burn a speech by President Wilson. No arrests made.
We need the right to vote, we are citizens!
After World War 1 something comes over President Wilson and he urges senate to pass the Women's Federal Suffrage Amendment.
Don't worry Mr.President we'll do our best.
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