• Woman Suffrage Answer Banner

    National Woman's Party, Paul, Alice

    One half of a set of Woman Suffrage Objection and Answer Banners. This banner was used in White House pickets supporting woman’s suffrage. These banners took some of what suffragists considered the mo…

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  • spoon

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  • Bust of Lucretia Mott by Adelaide Johnson, 1890s

    Johnson, Adelaide, Mott, Lucretia Coffin

    This marble bust of abolitionist and woman’s rights activist Lucretia Mott was sculpted by Adelaide Johnson, a feminist and artist known as the “sculptress of the Woman’s Rights Movement.” Johnson’s m…

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  • When Women Vote, Women WIn.

    Allied Printing Trades Council

    Emily's List is an organization that works to get pro-choice Democratic women elected to office. Currently not on view

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  • Alice Paul’s “Silent Sentinel” Pin

    National Woman's Party, Paul, Alice

    Women who participated in suffrage picketing received "Silent Sentinel" pins to honor their service. The small silver banners are engraved, "Without Extinction is Liberty." The reverse is engraved, "F…

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  • Protect Immigrants Now

    Fairey, Shepard, Loza, Mireya, UltraViolet

    A poster used in the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) protest on March 5, 2018; the day DACA was supposed to have ended. Currently not on view

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  • Woman Suffrage Button

    Button worn by supporters of woman suffrage. The ten stars represent the number of states in which women had full suffrage at the time it was made -- Wyoming (1869), Colorado (1893), Utah (1896), Idah…

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  • Unite

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  • Alumni news/University of North Carolina at Greensboro [Spring 1977]

    Atkins, Gertrude Walton

    The alumni magazine at what is now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) was entitled Alumnae News from 1912 to 1964. The name was changed to Alumni News in 1964, to reflect UNCG's new…

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  • The Suffragist, June 23, 1917

    National Woman's Party, Paul, Alice, Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage

    The Suffragist was created in 1913 by Alice Paul and the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage (later the National Woman’s Party) to spread women’s political news and garner public support for a suff…

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  • poster

    A handmade poster supporting the Equal Rights Amendment. Currently not on view

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  • ERA Charm Bracelet (IV)

    National Woman's Party, Paul, Alice

    This is the fourth of four bracelets displaying charms for the states that voted to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). The 19th amendment giving women the right to vote was ratified on August 18…

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  • Anti-ERA Button, 1972-1982

    Button used by opponents of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). In 1972 the Equal Rights Amendment, designed to guarantee protection against sexual discrimination for women under the law, passed both ho…

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  • Workforce Inequality Ad II

    Timothy Van Dorn

    Student Graphic Arts Collection (Illinois Wesleyan University)ad inequality gender women's rights discrimination feminist sexist women's suffrage workplace

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  • Woman Spirit

    Women's Graphics Collective

    A 1975 poster created by the Women's Graphics Collective Currently not on view

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  • Remember the ERA

    A poster supporting the Equal Rights Amendment. Currently not on view

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  • Hear Our Voice

    Women's March

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  • Speak up!

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  • Bully ≠ Presidential Material

    Trump, Donald J

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  • negative

    A negative of the Women's Congressional Union ERA Vigil pamphlet. Currently not on view

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