Women Making History: The 19th Amendment book discussion

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Together we will explore the history of the dramatic fight to win women's voting rights through reading and discussion of a diverse cast of leading characters that will challenge your current thoughts about voting rights. We will do this by reading 5 books in 5 months and having an in-depth discussion about the readings as part of a series called Let's Talk About It: Women's Suffrage. 

June's virtual book discussion is on Women Making History: The 19th Amendment, a collection of essays compiled by the National Park Service, edited by Tamara Gaskell, that offers a useful overview of the fight to secure the ballot for women. The first 9 people to register will get a free copy of the book to keep. Upon registration, you will be emailed the Zoom link for this virtual program.

 

 

Ellen Collins is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Women Making History book discussion: LTAI Women's Suffrage series
Time: Jun 13, 2022 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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