19th amendment

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19th Amendment

Definition: The 19th Amendment states that any US citizen can not be denied a right to vote based on gender.

The StruggleThe 19th amendment took several decades of protesting and rallying to give women the right to vote.

Important datesEarly 1800s: Women began to plan protest to have the right to vote1878: Amendment was first introduced to congress1916: Almost all womens groups were directed to the amendmentAugust 18, 1920: The 19th Amendment was passed by congress changing America forever

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