The Women’s Suffrage Movement 95 Years Later & Still Asking: Equality When? [Infographic]

Posted on 08-26-2015 by
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Women's Equality Day – proclaimed each year on August 26 to commemorate the granting of the vote to women throughout the country. For women in the United States, while the right to vote was enacted 95 years ago the idea of women’s equality is still a long-standing issue.

In fact, it has been estimated that, at the current rate of change, it will take until 2085 for women to reach parity with men in key leadership roles in the United States. So why aren’t we asking, equality when?

 The Women’s Suffrage Movement 95 Years Later & Still Asking: Equality When?

Judith Warner is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, on whose site this article first appeared.

 

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