Part Two examines the mounting dispute over strategy and tactics, and reveals how the pervasive racism of the time, particularly in the South, impacted women's fight for the vote.
Meet suffragist and founder of the League of Women Voters Marie Stuart Edwards.
Meet Sarah Barrett Bolton, a poet who fought for womens property rights in Indiana.
Madam C.J. Walker was the first female self-made millionaire in America.
May Wright Sewall was a famous suffragist and community arts leader.
Meet Ida Husted Harper, a writer, suffragist, and close friend of Susan B. Anthony.
A reporter and activist, Fox was the first black journalist to wr
Meet a suffragist and historian who tried to include more women in history textbooks.
Black women played an essential role in the suffrage movement.
Is the U.S. at a tipping point in the nearly 100-year-long fight to ratify the ERA?
Alice Paul joined the 'suffragettes' while studying in London to demand the right to vote....
Ida B. Wells was a prominent journalist who exposed racial violence in the South.
The fiery campaign that led to passage of the 19th Amendment, granting women the vote.