IDA B. WELLS AND OTHER BLACK SUFFRAGISTS
ARE RECOGNIZED ON THE 100TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE
It’s been a century since suffragists braved police batons and a global flu pandemic to request equal voting rights for all — unfortunately, not much has changed. Just as women demanded President Woodrow Wilson answer the question, “What will you do for woman’s suffrage,” Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) and white Americans are in the streets and across media insisting that all Black Lives Matter.
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