From August 10–14, 2020, we commemorated the suffrage centennial with The 19th Represents, presented by Goldman Sachs and Intuit, a week of virtual events that raised the voices of women — past and present — who are reshaping the American story. Recordings of the five days of conversations with prominent women in politics, civic engagement, journalism and the arts are available to watch below. Enjoy!
We kicked off our inaugural 19th Represents with conversations with women who smashed the glass ceiling in electoral politics, policy and the performing arts — and are still paving the way for the rest of us.
We revisited the unequal history of voting rights in our nation and considered the work we have left to do to ensure the 19th Amendment — ratified a century ago — truly extends to all women.
Tune in to stretch your horizons with conversations on what’s at stake in the fight for gender equity in the U.S. and abroad and how some conservative women hope to shake up their party.
When will a woman be president? We’ll ask the one who nearly was, another working to get more conservative women to run, and the experts and academics working to debunk the electability myth.
Join us for a final day of programming to examine the intersection of race and gender in America and the role women must play in building a more equitable future.
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