We Run This: Women's Equality
On August 26, 1920, the 19th Amendment of the United States Constitution was enacted, giving women the right to vote. To celebrate its’ mark on American and women’s history, Congress designated August 26 as Women’s Equality Day in 1971.
Each signifies a momentous time in history, recognizing the generations of women who have brazenly fought for civil rights and gender equality.
As we look ahead to the future, we see the struggle continue for women’s voices to be heard and equally represented.
To help magnify those voices, here are a few of the women that have broken ground and shaped the face of the nation and the world.
Women, we honor you.