The 19th at 100: Progress and the Path Forward | DNC Panel
August 18, 2020 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
3pm ET/2pm CT/ 12pm PT
While we have come a long way since the 19th Amendment was passed 100 years ago, America still has a long way to go to achieve true equality for Black women. The 19th Amendment may have been a starting point for women’s inclusion in the political process, but the Black women who marched alongside white women during suffrage were relegated to the back and did not receive full voting rights until decades later. Today, we can clearly see the through line from that point in history when they were excluded to the ongoing struggle for greater participation of Black women in politics, not just as voters, but also as candidates and elected officials. This panel discussion will look back at some of the unsung heroes of the suffrage movement, examine where we are today with Black women’s representation and examine solutions to overcome barriers and build a more equitable system.
- Event Date:
- Tuesday, August 18, 2020
- 3:00 pm
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