The 19th Amendment, which guarantees a woman’s right to vote, was ratified on August 18, 1920. 

The year 2020 marks the Centennial of that historic day. Parents and caregivers can mark the occasion by teaching the kids in their life about the suffrage movement and the brave Suffrages who worked for decades to secure the right to vote for women. Thus easy-to-read reference guide for conversations includes: 

  • A brief history of the suffrage movement and ratification of the 19th Amendment.
  • Useful facts on how women continue to thrive in the United States.
  • Fun activities to do with your kids to learn about women’s rights and the suffrage movement
  • Further reading for kids of all ages.

How to Talk to Kids About W… by Independent Women's Forum