Randolph Hollingsworth, "African American Women Voters in Lexington's School Suffrage Times, 1895-1902: Race Matters in the History of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Movement," Ohio Valley History 20 (Spring 2020): 30-53.

Author: Randolph Hollingsworth

Title: "African American Women Voters in Lexington's School Suffrage Times, 1895-1902: Race Matters in the History of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Movement"

Publication: Ohio Valley History 20 (Spring 2020): 30-53.

Re: Votes for Kentucky Women: A Student Activity Book

Huge contribution to educate Kentuckians---thank you. Great diversity in activities: puzzles, drawings, etc. Something for every kind of learning mode, Super how-to outline to run for office. Clear distinction between states' rights & federal amendment. Designing a monument brilliant idea. On and on. Congratulations for a job well done--Genie Potter

Votes for Kentucky Women: A Student Activity Book

The Votes for Kentucky Women student activity book was created as part of my Girl Scout Gold Award project.  The book is geared toward older elementary-age students and includes important concepts and terms related to voting, citizenship, and our laws.  Throughout the book, there are several activities for students to complete while learning about Woman Suffrage.  After reading the book, I hope students have a better understanding and appreciation of what an incredible right voting is.  

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