Ida B. Wells-Barnett Marched over 100yrs ago for – Women’s voting rights-WA VOTE4DEMs today


T437487_06 b. 7/16/1862
1913
100 years ago
Social activist Ida B. Wells-Barnett marches in Washington, D.C., with 5,000 suffragettes in a protest supporting women’s voting rights.
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5 thoughts on “Ida B. Wells-Barnett Marched over 100yrs ago for – Women’s voting rights-WA VOTE4DEMs today”

  1. Women finally got the right to vote. Now they need to vote for someone who will guarantee their other rights. It bothers me when it is always men who make decisions affecting the rights of women. There is something just wrong about that.

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    1. yes, well it would be okay to have a man! I think Barack would have made enormous changes ~~ if, he had a Congress that not only respected him, but respected the obvious differences while understanding that we are all in the pursuit of happiness and unalienable rights. It shouldn’t take a woman to make sure women to have equal rights,but then again who better to see the inequity of it all … I would like to see the Democratic Party take both chambers, right the wrongs or see if they have the courage to do so .. more of us Women

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