As the League of Women Voters prepares to celebrate its centennial on Feb. 14, we will use this milestone to reflect on our rich history, honor the work that women have done to strengthen our democracy, and set the stage for vibrant growth in the years ahead.
Rooted in the women’s suffrage movement, the league was founded as a non-partisan grassroots organization just six months before the passage of the 19th amendment that granted 20 million women the right to vote.
Ever since, the league has been at the forefront of efforts to register, educate, and . . .
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