“100 Years of Women Voting” Multi-Day Symposium

Thu, 08/27.

Location: Virtual

Hosted by United States Capitol Historical Society

Cost: Free
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United States Capitol Historical Society is proud to announce the program lineup for its 2020 Annual Symposium, 100 Years of Women Voting. Distinguished speakers will discuss the impact of women in American government and public life over the last century. Reimagined as a virtual series, the rescheduled program will cover all of the originally planned topics over six weekly webinars.

All sessions will be free and open to the public; registration will be required. More details will be posted soon here and our social media channels. 100 Years of Women Voting is co-sponsored by the Kluge Center at the Library of Congress and made possible by the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission.


August 27, 2020
Opening Keynote by Christina Wolbrecht

September 3, 2020
Race and Gender in Politic: The Last 100 Years

September 10, 2020
Diverse Voices from the Suffrage Movement

September 17, 2020
Women in Leadership

September 24, 2020
Gender and Political Participation

October 1, 2020
Closing Keynote by Dr. Martha Jones

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