The Nineteenth at 100
The Pembroke Center and partners at Brown share ways to explore the limits and possibilities of “universal” suffrage a century after the passage of the 19th Amendment.
On the hundredth anniversary of the 19th Amendment, countless hurdles prevent or deter women and people of color from voting, running for office, and participating equitably in political engagement. The Brown University community celebrates the progress made by generations of activists who worked for universal suffrage while taking a close look at the barriers that remain.
Use this site to:
Find events at Brown University that engage suffrage and voting rights
Find resources about the history of the suffrage movement and ongoing voting rights activism
Connect with the Rhode Island statewide events series organized in XIX: Shall Not Be Denied
Make sure you are registered to vote!