#GoodRead | 14 Rights Women Have Gained Since Earning The Right To Vote

Women's suffragists demonstrate in February 1913. The triangular pennants read "VOTES FOR WOMEN".

Women's suffragists demonstrate in February 1913. The triangular pennants read "VOTES FOR WOMEN".

"14 Rights Women Have Gained Since Earning The Right To Vote":

With the 2016 presidential election right around the corner, it’s important to look back and remember how much it matters that women are engaged in the political process. 

On August 18, 1920 the 19th Amendment was ratified, which granted white women the right to vote. In some states, black women weren’t able to vote until the 1960s, due to voter registration restrictions put in place to deny voting rights to people of color. 

Since then, women have fought for our rights to obtain a safe and legal abortion, fight on the front lines and marry the people we love. Much of this progress was achieved by using our power to vote.

Read Alanna Vagianos' full article at The Huffington Post here…