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Jane Russell - Vote! "These days I am a teetotal, mean-spirited, right-wing, narrow-minded, conservative Christian bigot, but not a racist." (Jane, 2003)

LOVE the pistol as the hammer – can you say badass? I hope you all are able to get out and cast your vote today! Voting is a right that this country has worked hard for.

This Suffrage Flyer from the Missouri Historical Society Collections circa 1920 is a badge that we should all be proud to wear. The right to participate in the political discourse of our world is a right our fore-mothers fought for at great risk to their personal safety and security. We should honor them by shouldering the responsibility to form an educated, independent decision about the topics that affect our selves and our families - and then GET OUT TO VOTE...cc

“A Woman Living Here Has Registered to Vote” - c. 1920 Suffrage Flyer MHS Collections : Missouri History Museum (mohistory) --- pp: Never take that vote for granted!

This is an anti-suffrage post card showing that many men believe that women belong in their houses and not out in the real world. Women fought hard to gain rights during this time period and suffered through much pain of having very few rights. In this photo this women is dressed and holding a flag showing she has been fighting for women's rights, while the boy is telling her that "A women's place is in her home"  Thomas St. Clair

vintage everyday: These Ridiculous Propaganda Postcards Warn Men about the Dangers of Women’s Rights from the Early Century

New York, August 1913.  "Suffragettes on way to Boston." The "suffrage caravan" campaign for women's voting rights, seems to have drawn quite a crowd.

Tambourine Woman New York, August 1913 "Suffragettes on way to Boston: 'suffrage caravan' campaign for women's voting r.

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Women's right to vote. ~The same people who are whining about women demands today whined about women demanding voting rights!

Susan B. Anthony was a prominent American civil rights leader who played a pivotal role in the 19th century women's rights movement to introduce women's suffrage into the United States.

Susan B. Anthony was a prominent American civil rights leader who played a pivotal role in the century women's rights movement to introduce women's suffrage into the United States.

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