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Mrs. E. Jackson wrote to the House Judiciary Committee the day after Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. She was reacting to scenes of police brutality during a voting rights march that many Americans witnessed on television news programs. The…


Women munition workers urge President to support suffrage bill. Six women war workers, representing thousands of others, were delegated to see President Wilson and urge him to support the motion for an immediate passage of the federal suffrage…

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Suffragists picket the White House. Photo shows crowd outside the White House, Washington, District of Columbia, on July 14,1917, just before the sixteen woman suffrage pickets were arrested.
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