women's suffrage

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Related to Suffrage movement: Women's right to vote

women's suffrage

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the right of women to vote. See also suffragette
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Participants in the marches will be given items of green, white or violet to wear, representing the colours of the suffrage movement.
This allowed property-owning women over the age of 30 to vote for the first time, following campaigns by the women's suffrage movement, including radical suffragettes whose tactics included arson and bomb attacks.
The evening will begin at 5pm with a talk by Mrs Barbara Lawson Reay on the women's suffrage movement in North Wales.
The Queen and Frost/Nixon actor, 49, will read the words of Labour Party founder Keir Hardie, who was a supporter of the women's suffrage movement, at ?
Furthermore, we also decided to do some research on how Solihull was involved in the suffrage movement - so if you had relatives involved, I would be very interested to hear from you.
The suffrage movement also suggests that petitioning is most effective when it is embedded within, rather than divorced from, other forms of political activity, such as such as public meetings, demonstrations, or elections.
It marked a victory for the women's suffrage movement, made up of radical suffragettes and moderate suffragists.
The Dumfries Women's History Group, which meets each month in Ewart Library, have researched suffrage movement and turned findings into an exhibition which was launched at Dumfries Museum this week.
Beginning with the earlier part of the suffrage movement, Votes for Women
The story of the women's suffrage movement is one of ideological and strategic disagreements and factional infighting, but it is also one of adaptation, compromise, and intense focus over time.
She was also a key figure in the women's suffrage movement.
In "The Making of Mollie" author Anna Carey has taken great pains to accurately reflect the women's suffrage movement in Ireland and provides young readers ages 10 to 14 with an inherently engaging and consistently entertaining read from cover to cover.