In celebration of the suffrage centennial, LWVO has partnered with Ohio Humanities to develop the LWVO Woman Suffrage Reading List. It is a compilation of media materials for all ages about the history of woman suffrage; suffrage leaders; race and the women suffrage movement; and current issues related to democracy and elections.
Click here to download the LWVO Woman Suffrage Reading List.
We had our first event, “Commemorating the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage”, on August 28 at the Ohio History Connection in Columbus. The event featured humanities scholars who spoke about the woman’s suffrage movement, challenges faced by early women leaders, and why suffrage still matters today. Click here to download a printable copy of the scholarly discussion guide provided to all attendees at the event.