Unladylike 2020 has educational materials you can order and lots of upcoming programs for the year 2020.
The National Park Service has this article about Rhode Island and the 19th Amendment.
Rhode Island scholar Russell J. DeSimone posted this article about two of Rhode Island’s suffragists.
Explore Rhode Island sites on the National Votes for Women Trail.
Search the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s map of Where Women Made History.
Learn about some of Rhode Island’s most significant women through the Extraordinary Women of the East Bay website and by searching “Rhode Island” on the Online Biographical Dictionary of the Women Suffrage Movement in the United States
See this short video about Women and the Vote by the Rhode Island Historical Society’s executive director Dr. C. Morgan Grefe with Rhode Island PBS.
For the duration of the centennial commemoration of the 19th Amendment, visit the Rhode Island Secretary of State and Rhode Island Council for the Humanities’ statewide project, Shall Not be Denied, for exhibits, public programs and other educational resources.