Primary sources and lesson plans for grades 6-13+ - allows you to stream, download and share.
Includes ways to use the primary sources and example activities for students to learn more about women's suffrage here and abroad. Primary source items are from the Library of Congress: Media Gallery on Women's Suffrage
Video clip of segment on Dr. Louise Southgate (February 20, 1857 - August 14, 1941), physician and suffragist in Kenton County (see her bio on the library page there), from "Dreamers & Doers: VOICES of Kentucky Women" by Michael Breeding MEDIA. Dr. Southgate, a leader in the Kentucky Equal Rights Association, was an early proponent for women's reproductive health and women's right to birth control.