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                            2. 2020 | BRITANNICA'S 100WOMEN

                              Celebrating the Centennial of the
                              Nineteenth Amendment

                              From Seneca Falls to the Silent Sentinels, we present the 72-year fight to secure women’s suffrage in the United States. And while honoring the victory, we also explore the ongoing struggle for women’s rights. Through articles, timelines, quizzes, and media, we tell the story the way that only Britannica can.

                              Meet the

                               L3d彩票图ast year Britannica honored 100 trailblazing women who left their indelible marks on the world, whether conducting groundbreaking research or guiding others to freedom as a “conductor” on the Underground Railroad. This year we focus on the women who made their name at the ballot box. We highlight suffragists who helped secure women’s right to vote and the politicians who made history with landmark elections.

                              "I'm no longer accepting the things I cannot change…I'm changing the things I cannot accept.".
                              Angela Davis
                              AMERICAN ACTIVIST

                              JULY 19


                              The suffrage movement was launched in the United States at the Seneca Falls Convention.

                              FEBRUARY 19


                              American writer Betty Friedan published The Feminine Mystique, a landmark book.

                              JUNE 30


                              The National Organization for Women was founded and later became the largest feminist group in the U.S.

                              JANUARY 21


                              The Women’s March was held around the world to support gender equality and civil rights.

                              Women's history Quizzes
                              Featured Women's History Quiz: Famous Suffragettes

                              How much do you know about suffragettes, the “soldiers in petticoats” who fought for women’s rights? 

                              Women in the United States were finally granted the right to vote with the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. How much do you know about this important event and the people involved? Test your knowledge with this quiz.

                              From an undercover bunny to the founder of the Me Too movement, test your knowledge of the activists who’ve fought for women’s rights. Test your knowledge with this quiz.

                              How many women have served in the Senate? Who was the first female to hold a cabinet post? Discover how much you know about women in the U.S. government in this quiz. Test your knowledge with this quiz.

                              They have been hostesses, helpers, advisers, gatekeepers, guardians, confidantes, and sometimes formidable powers behind the scenes. How much do you know about the first ladies of the United States?  

                              Women's history Journey

                              Discover the rule breakers and their breakthrough moments.

                              Featured Case:
                              Roe v. Wade

                              Legal case in which the U.S. Supreme Court on January 22, 1973, ruled (7–2) that unduly restrictive state regulation of abortion is unconstitutional.  

                              U.S. Supreme Court case decided in 1908 that, although it appeared to promote the health and welfare of female workers, in fact led to additional protective legislation that was detrimental to equality in the workplace for years to come. Read more.

                              U.S. Supreme Court case in which the Court invalidated a board established by Congress to set minimum wages for women workers in the District of Columbia. Congress in 1918 had authorized the Wage Board to ascertain and fix adequate wages for women employees in the nation’s capital. Read more.

                              Case in which the U.S. Supreme Court on June 19, 1986, ruled (9–0) that sexual harassment that results in a hostile work environment is a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which bans sex discrimination by employers. The Court also established criteria for judging such claims. Read more.

                              Legal case, decided by the U.S. Supreme Court on June 7, 1965, that found in favor of the constitutional right of married persons to use birth control. Read more.

                              Join the

                              Over the past 100 years, there have been a number of organizations that have been working across industries and countries, united around a singular mission of advancing girls and women.

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