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Finish the Fight

The Missouri History Museum hosted a webinar with former LWVUS President Dr. Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins about her book The Untold Story of Women of Color in the League of Women Voters. The "Colored League" in St. Louis had 300 members teaching citizenship and registering Africian-American voters in the 1920s.

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St. Louis County Executive Sam Page expresses "appreciation of the struggles of Suffragists and others who fought for the right to vote by all citizens." Pictured with Dr. Page are Nancy Miller, Louise Wilkerson and Jean Dugan from the League and Pat Shores and Jan Scott from AAUW.

 

100th

Suffrage Day

 

League co-presidents Nancy Miller and Louise Wilkerson and History Museum exhibits manager Katie Moon shared League history at an event marking the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment. 

 

Beyond the Ballot
Krewson

Mayor Krewson Signs Suffrage Proclamation

August 26  is "Votes for Women Centennial Celebration Day" in the city of St. Louis. Mayor Lyda Krewson signed the proclamation in front of Pat Shores and Jan Scott from AAUW and Nancy Miller, Louise Wilkerson and Jean Dugan from the League of Women Voters.

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Suffrage Rose

The Missouri Botanical Garden picked a yellow rose to honor the suffragists who won the battle for the ballot 100 years ago. Pictured are Jean Dugan, Agnes Garino, Nancy Miller, Louise Wilkerson and Cheri Crockett.

July 21 Virtual Town Hall

Your Voice, Your Vote, Your Future

Virtual town hall meeting with YWCA

Webster Groves Reverse Parade

Webster Groves Reverse Parade

Celebrating the League's centennial and educating Missouri voters about the 2020 elections.

Matters

VOTE

MO election dates to remember