Women's Suffrage StoryBoard
Updated: 1/29/2020
Women's Suffrage StoryBoard
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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.
  • I'm starving!
  • 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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