COMMUNITY CAFÉ: DISCUSSION SERIES
THE LONG JOURNEY TO SUFFRAGE
TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2020
12:00PM – 1:00PM
RESERVE YOUR VIRTUAL SEAT TODAY!
Women began organizing to advance the cause for women’s rights long before the 19th Amendment was ratified in 1920, officially granting women the right to vote at the federal level. Women in California, including a group of notable San Diegans, were dedicated to the cause of suffrage, and helped get California women the right to vote as early as 1911. Join San Diego History Center’s Dr. Tina Zarpour, Samantha Alberts, and Leilani Alontaga-Caithness for a webinar presentation and conversation about suffrage past and present.
About the Community Café :
Join a conversation around our shared history and uncover something new about San Diego’s untold stories relevant to a changing community.