Votes for Women Lapel Pin
72 years. That’s how long it took for women to win the right to vote, after suffragists first rallied at the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention. The battle was long, heart-felt, and sometimes bitter — with a surprising split over race issues after the Civil War ended. The 19th Amendment was finally ratified on August 18, 1920, in the wake of the Spanish Flu Pandemic. 100 years later, the war for equality is still being fought. Show your support for women with our votes for women pin. Hand cast in solid, lead-free pewter, our feminist pin has a US made, military style clasp to keep your pin secure on a coat, hat, or bag. Pass out at rallies, women conventions, and feminist gatherings, our voting pins arrive packaged on our signature presentation card, making them ready for gift-giving!
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