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A century ago, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution made voting, our country’s most fundamental mode of civic participation, a right regardless of gender. But this watershed moment in our democracy excluded millions of women, including women of color, from the ballot box for generations.
The 19th was founded to shine a light on the unfinished business of the 19th Amendment and empower women — particularly those underserved by and underrepresented in American media — with the information, community and tools they need to be equal participants in our democracy.
This August, we commemorate the suffrage centennial with The 19th Represents, presented by Goldman Sachs and Intuit, a week of virtual events that raises the voices of women — past and present — who are reshaping the American story. Join us Aug. 10-14 for a series of conversations with prominent women in politics, civic engagement, journalism and the arts.
View the full schedule and our outstanding lineup of speakers.
Voting Rights Activist
Mayor, San Francisco, CA
Former Secretary of State
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto
U.S. Senator, D-Nevada
Author of “White Fragility”
Sen. Tammy Duckworth
U.S. Senator, D-Illinois
Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Sen. Kamala Harris
2020 Democratic Vice Presidential Candidate
Rep. Elise Stefanik
U.S. Representative, R-New York
As a nonprofit newsroom, members are our lifeblood. If you believe in our mission of empowering women — particularly those underserved by and underrepresented in American media — with the information, community and tools they need to be equal participants in our democracy, we hope you’ll consider showing us with your financial support.
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