A woman speaks out about women’s exclusion from Federal era voting rights expansions.
Resources illustrating how women influence American society without voting rights.
Abigail Adams asks her husband, John Adams, to consider improving women’s standing while he is drafting the Declaration of Independence.
A pamphlet written by Ida B. Wells that addresses racial inequalities in the United States.
A poster and speech from the first meeting of the First National Conference of Colored Women showing how Black women organized in the fight for equality.
An image of an allegorical female figure representing the temperance movement.
An opinion article written by Elizabeth Cady Stanton in opposition to the 15th Amendment.
A letter written by a Chinese immigrant mother who fought against school segregation.
Excerpt from the majority opinion of the Supreme Court decision that held that women do not have a constitutional right to vote.
The story of an activist and businesswoman who was the first woman to run for president of the United States.