National Women’s History Museum Celebrates 100th Anniversary of Woman Suffrage Parade

With Women’s History Month just weeks away, you might be wondering what you can do to commemorate all of the spectacular achievements of us ladies this March. Lucky for you, the National Women’s History Museum has put together a number of fascinating events in memory and honor of the 100th anniversary of the March 3rd, 1913 Woman Suffrage Parade. These events will take place March 1st-3rd at various locations in the Washington, D.C. area.

Just a few of the exciting goings-on include: inspiring panel discussions engaging dialogues on how women won the vote, an exhibit about the parade at the National Press Club, a special program featuring journalist Cokie Roberts, and a lively staged multi-media reading of Take What Is Yours, the Off Broadway play about suffragist Alice Paul. Check out the many other interesting haps at the centennial over here and register for the celebration by jumpin’ over here. You can also purchase VIP tickets to the event at the National Women’s History Museum website

While we’re here, remember when Essra Mohawk kicked ass in this Schoolhouse Rock video?

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