Women's History Month
August 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which expanded the right to vote to women across the country. This year in honor of the anniversary, the National Constitution Center will offer a wide variety of programs and events celebrating this constitutional milestone.
Programs will kick off in March for Women's History Month and include the "Four Harriets" program, the "Votes for Women! The Making of an Amendment" interactive show, and an educational music video workshop that looks at the Women's Suffrage Movement—inspired by the music of Lady Gaga.
At special "story stations" throughout the museum, visitors can explore the legacy of women in constitutional history, from Abigail Adams, to Sojourner Truth, to Ruth Bader Ginsburg.