WSCC has created a toolkit with ideas, resources, and historical information to help organizations and individuals commemorate the women’s suffrage centennial.
Here are lists of women’s suffrage, women’s rights, and voting rights books, organized by category, including children’s books.
Learn more about some of the remarkable suffragists from Massachusetts with this slideshow.
The WSCC and the Commonwealth Museum are partnering on The Suffrage Centennial Display Panel Project to present “Suffragist of the Month” display panels from August 2017 through August 2020, the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. By the completion of the project, all of the names listed on the panel, “Prominent Suffragists,” will be featured. Suggestions for additional names are always welcome. Please see the Commonwealth Museum’s website or the Suffrage Centennial Panel page on our website.
Also, be sure to visit WSCC’s Did You Know page to learn more about women’s suffrage.