Ninety years ago today, suffragists won the right for women to vote in the United States.
This is going to be a very short “The Best…” list because I’ve already collected many related resources for a lesson on my United States History class blog. Since it’s late, and I’m tired, I will pointing people to that link instead of redoing it all here. But I’ll also include a couple of new resources.
Here are my choices for The Best Resources For Learning About Women’s Suffrage:
The Associated Press has a good interactive. Click on “milestones.”
Women Work For A Better America is my lesson that’s filled with resources at our class blog.
A timeline of women’s right to vote – interactive comes from The Guardian.
Anti-Suffragette postcards is from History Extra.
100 Years Ago, The 1913 Women’s Suffrage Parade is a photo gallery form The Atlantic.
Scholastic has lots of resources
Winning the vote for women is from the Smithsonian.
The Fight for Women’s Suffrage Videos is from The History Channel.
The Root: How Racism Tainted Women’s Suffrage is from NPR.
7 Things You Might Not Know About the Women’s Suffrage Movement is from the History Channel.
Photos: The Battle for Women’s Suffrage in the U.S is from The Atlantic.
Women of color were cut out of the suffragist story. Historians say it’s time for a reckoning. https://t.co/Xk3oFkWU5v
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) June 4, 2019
Celebrating 100yrs of the #19thAmendment which gave some* women the right to vote.
1924 – Native
1943 – Chinese
1952 – Japanese
1964 – African Americans / other minorities
1975 – Language minorities (Spanish speaking and others)
— Wendy Carrillo (@AsmCarrillo) June 4, 2019
Additional suggestions are welcome.
The Complex History of the Women’s Suffrage Movement is from The NY Times.