Centennial Celebration - September Update

Centennial Celebration - September Update

Washtenaw County Centennial Celebration logo

Although we have passed the landmark dates in the Women’s Suffrage movement, there are still activities on the Centennial Celebration calendar and other ways to learn about and honor the women who won the vote.


Several virtual events have recently been added to the calendar.  For details go to https://votesforwomen100.org/events/

Does your organization have an event planned?  To be included on our calendar, send details and graphics to njschewe [at] gmail.com ().  


Liberty Awakes, an extensive look at the local suffrage movement, is still available online at https://votesforwomen100.org/exhibits/ Don’t miss it.


It’s not too late to tell your personal or family voting story.  To  read or submit a story, go to https://votesforwomen100.org/stories/

T-Shirts, Totes and Buttons  SALE!!!

All merchandise is now priced at 50% off.  

Go to https://votesforwomen100.org/shop2/  to place your online order.

The Vote - Hard Won, Not Done

Suffragists casting ballots

Suffragists casting votes in New York City after the passage of the 19th Amendment. (Library of Congress)


Thanks to LWVAAA for its generous support of Votes for Women100.




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