Happy Women’s Equality Day!

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Did you know that August 26 is Women’s Equality Day? It was commemorated to celebrate the passage of the 19th Amendment on August 26, 1920. Which also marks today as the 95th anniversary granting women the right to vote.

To celebrate and learn more about Women’s Equality Day, visit the National Women’s History Project. Or download the Women’s Equality Day brochure.

And remember, to always exercise our right to vote. In every election. Big and small. Let’s not tarnish and take foregranted those brave men and women’s efforts.

What are you doing to celebrate Women’s Equality Day? Please share in the comments section below.

15 thoughts on “Happy Women’s Equality Day!

  1. That’s cool! I didn’t realize there was a day for it. I work in a predominantly male environment, but I’m thankful that I have the opportunity to work in my occupation at all. The playing field is evening out, which is great.🙂

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    • Yes. I’m curious and excited for the centennial in 2020. The goal is to have a woman on the $20. Womenon20s.org did a poll/survey and Harriet Tubman was the people’s choice.


  2. How did I not know that Women’s Equality Day is today?

    Yay for equality!!!!! We need more of it!

    I wish I could’ve done something to celebrate but I’ve been making downloadable PDFs. I guess that counts though because I’m trying to furthering my career as a woman.

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  3. I didn’t know there was a Women’s Equality Day. I’m glad there is one. I always vote, and I bring my kids with me so they’ll grow up to be voters, too. Women have made progress with equality, but there’s still a long way to go. Forward, ho!!

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    • Yes, we still have a ways to go. And that’s so great that you bring your kids to vote. I’ve brought mine on occasion, when I’m able to. It’s always best to instill in them from an early age the importance of voting.

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