The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing and protecting women's constitutional right to vote.
The Dallas Public Library commemorates this historic centennial with programming for all ages exploring its relevance to the issues of equal rights today.
These programs are made possible by the 19th Amendment Centennial Fund.
Guerrilla Girls & Super Women March 4 Bachman Lake Branch
Art Begins with Resistance March 9 Grauwyler Park Branch
Sisters of '77 Film Screening March 24 J. Erik Jonsson Central Library
Women in Politics April 11 Bachman Lake Branch
Do Hispanic Women Vote? Las mujeres hispanas votan? April 22 Bachman Lake Branch
Amplifying Others May 30 J. Erik Jonsson Central Library
After the 19th Amendment May 5 J. Erik Jonsson Central Library
Black Women's Struggle June 21 Paul Laurence Dunbar-Lancaster Kiest Branch
The Vote! Storytelling by Jiaan Powers
- July 11 Fretz Park Branch
- July 15 Park Forest Branch
- July 22 Hampton Illinois Branch
Storytelling by Rolanda Brigham
- July 16 Highland Hills Branch
- July 23 Lockwood Branch
- July 28 Prairie Creek Branch
Homelessness and Barriers to Voting July 23 J. Erik Jonsson Central Library
Suffragist Social August 8 J. Erik Jonsson Central Library
Women Powering the Moves TBD