Everyone can help to commemorate the centennial of women’s suffrage in Indiana. These resources can help you get started.
A selection of primary sources and reading lists for classroom use.
Easy-to-use resources for librarians and community members to plan local events in celebration of the centennial of women’s suffrage.
Four May Wright Sewall Fellows will uncover the histories of Hoosier women’s role in the suffrage movement and their work in politics after 1920. Read about the Fellows and learn about their research projects.
Applications are now open to host compelling talks by expert speakers on various topics related to women’s suffrage and political participation before and after the passage of the 19th Amendment. Browse the catalogue to learn about the speakers and how to apply. Applications are due Nov. 1 for events in 2020.
A new exhibit about the battle for suffrage in Indiana is available from the Indiana Historical Society.
Logos & Templates
Logos, talking points and other digital assets to help you market your events and connect to the larger statewide initiative.