Marking the centennial of one of the most pivotal transformations within our collective history may seem the last thing to be focusing on at this point in time. Americans seem lost in the quagmire of current circumstances, but the impact of this event over a century ago, couldn't be more applicable — especially today. Since the 1848 Women's Conference in Seneca Falls, NY, a decades-long movement sought to establish the right to vote for women. The key leaders who began this journey — Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Lucy Stone and others — would never live to see their rights achieved, and it was a second generation of women who carried the torch across the finish line with the pass

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