Imagine having the audacity to believe that women and men should be equal partners in society. Alice Paul did. During a period in American history when women were denied a voice, Alice raised hers and changed the course of a nation set in its ways.

Beaten, jailed, and assailed as a pariah for her beliefs, she never quit. The result of her fierce dedication to women’s rights was one of the most outstanding political achievements on behalf of women in the 20th century - the successful passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920, which ensures a woman’s right to vote.

For the rest of her life, Alice fought for securing equal rights for all women. Her life symbolizes the long struggle for justice in the United States and around the world.

To learn more about Alice and help ensure her legacy lives on, visit alicepaul.org.
Also, remember to send a card our on these special dates in women’s history:
March is Women’s History Month, August 26 is Women’s Equality Day and January 11 is Alice Paul Day

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