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Carrie Chapman Catt’s Utopia

As the League of Women Voters celebrates 95 years of Making Democracy Work®, we have been celebrating our past as we look towards our future and both the 100th anniversary of our organization as well as the 19th amendment, which granted women the right to
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Building on the Past

As a profession, architecture does not have a history of welcoming women and continues to struggle with their integration.
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Women's Clubs

In the years between the 1870s and 1920s, women’s clubs became the major vehicle by which American women could exercise their developing talents to shape the world beyond their homes.
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Queen for a Day

“Would you like to be Queen for a Day?” That question was asked to American women every weekday for 19 years on the long running radio and television show, Queen for a Day.
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