Suffrage: The right to vote
The Women's Suffrage movement in the United States succeeded in getting the 19th Amendment ratified. The amendment states that:
For more information about voting rights for black women, who are often disenfranchised even now, read this National Parks Service essay, Between Two Worlds: Black Women and the Fight for Voting Rights.
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