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Guide to CWRU Common Reading 2020: Women's Suffrage: Local Collections & Exhibits

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19th at 100: The Suffrage Struggle and Its Legacies in Northeast Ohio

If you visit the Kelvin Smith Library, make sure to stop by the 2nd floor to view our exhibit, 19th at 100!

The exhibit situates the campaign for suffrage in the longer narrative of the ongoing struggle for women’s rights, giving special attention to Northeast Ohio and our university. Showing the complexities and limits, but also the creativity and possibilities, of the movement, the exhibition revisits the 19th Amendment and its continuing legacies.

The 19th at 100 exhibit was curated by CWRU History professor and students:
Lauren Dostal, Isabel Fedewa, Einav Rabinovitch-Fox, Kellyn Toombs,
Abbey Wells, and Jewel Yoder Kuhns.

Local Women's Suffrage History & Resources

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