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Voting Rights for American Women

Kim Knox

This video focuses on the 19th Amendment and how various groups of women gained voting rights over the years.

The 19th Amendment and the Proposed Equal Rights Amendment

Stacey Kartchner, Criminal Defense Lawyer

This presentation details the rights provided by the Sixth Amendment. These rights are central in guaranteeing a fair trial.

The 19th Amendment and Equal Rights Amendment: An Intersectional Feminist Perspective

Anne Haule, Retired Attorney

This presentation provides an intersectional feminism perspective on the fight for and aftermath of the passage of the 19th Amendment and the need for the Equal Rights Amendment.

Voting Rights and the Constitution

Jodi Cleesattle, Supervising Deputy Attorney General, California Department of Justice

What does the Constitution say about the right to vote? It took four amendments, nationwide protests and federal legislation to secure this right for all Americans - at least for those over the age of 18. In this video, learn about the history of voting rights and why the right to vote matters.

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