Celebrate the 95th Anniversary of Women Winning the Vote

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Anniversary of the First Women’s Rights Conference (July 19 and 20) 

On July 19-20, 1848, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott spearheaded the first women’s rights convention in American History. Over 300 women and men came to Seneca Falls, New York to protest the mistreatment of women in social, economic, political, and religious life. This marked the first public petition for women’s right to vote.

Women’s Equality Day – August 26, 2015 is the 95th Anniversary of Women in the United States Winning the Right to Vote.


On August 26, 1920, after three generations of an unrelenting, brilliant, courageous, political campaign, women in the United States won the right to vote. This date is commemorated every year as Women’s Equality Day. Download the Women’s Equality Day Brochure and make copies to distribute at your event.

In celebration of the 95th anniversary of women in the United States winning the right to vote. We have designed special 95th Anniversary Foil Stickersand  95th Anniversary Buttons

Either of the following kits are perfect for any event or celebration that honors women and democracy.  They include posters, balloons, bookmarks, banners, stickers, speeches, electronic logos Celebrating Women & Democracy Kit and Women’s Equality Day Kit

For a variety of posters, balloons, banners, bookmarks, speeches, electronic logos, stickers and educational materials, visit the NWHP Store’s Women’s Rights and Women’s Equality Day Resources.