Suffrage Parade
Updated: 1/29/2020
Suffrage Parade
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  • Womens Votes
  • We stand for women's rights
  • Womens rights
  • We will march for womens rights
  • For over 60 years women have been fighting for their rights to vote, the women's suffrage parade was the first national women's parade
  • You dont deserve the right to vote
  • On January 11th, 1885, a women named Alice Paul was born in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. She became a feminist, women's rights activists and a suffragist. She then led the National Womens Suffrage Parade in 1913
  • On Mach 3rd, 1913. Alice Paul led the National womens Suffrage parade in Washington D.C.
  • The 19th Amendment was passed, women can now vote
  • During the parade men were typically drunk. The men would spit at the marchers and grab their signs and banners and rip them apart. The police did nothing to keep them in order
  • On November 14, 1917, 32 women were arrested for picketing in front of the white house. 73 year old Mary Nolan was being assaulted by the guards. This was called the ¨Night of Terror¨
  • On August 18, 1920. The 19th Amendment was signed by President Wilson giving women the right to vote
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