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We are descended from the Women’s Suffrage Movement The League is …. Elizabeth Cady StantonSusan B. Anthony History!
Suffragists picket the White House c. 1917 World War I Suffrage Poster The League is …. History!
Our founder, Carrie Chapman Catt 19 th Amendment that gave U.S. women full citizenship at long last. The League was formed in 1920, just prior to the passage of the The League is …. History!
The League is …. Political! But-- Nonpartisan! The League itself never endorses political candidates or political parties. While members may work for candidates or political parties…
The League publishes the Voters’ Guide, a source of nonpartisan, objective information about candidates and issues. The League is …. Political! But-- Nonpartisan!
The League is…. Voter Registration!
The League is…. Voter Registration!
The League is…. Voter Registration!
The League is…. Voter Education! Sherrod Brown vs. Josh Mandel for U.S. Senate
School Board Candidates’ Forum The League is…. Voter Education!
City of Akron Mayoral Primary Debate The League is…. Voter Education!
Forum on State Issue 2, October 2011 The League is…. Issues Education!
Town Hall Meeting on Citizens United vs FEC The League is…. Issues Education!
Forum on Hydraulic Fracturing (“fracking”) The League is…. Issues Education!
The League is…. Advocacy! Voting Rights
Immigration Reform The League is…. Advocacy!
Clean Air and Water The League is…. Advocacy!
Redistricting Reform The League is…. Advocacy!
Women’s Rights The League is…. Advocacy!
Voter Protection The League is…. Advocacy!
The League is…. FUN! Cuyahoga Falls Memorial Day Parade
Annual Picnic at Sand Run Park The League is…. FUN!
The League is…. FUN! l LWVAA Celebrates Women in Journalism
Holidays Parties The League is…. FUN!
The League is…. on the Web, facebook and Twitter! LWVAA Website home page, www.lwvaa.org
The League is…. on the Web, facebook and Twitter! LWVAA facebook page
The League is…. on the Web, facebook and Twitter! LWVAA Twitter Page
The League is…. So much more than you realized!
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Do Now: What do you see here? What year do you think this is? How do you think the public responded?
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