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The Women Picketing the White House on March 4th, 1917: Demanding Women’s Right to Vote

Picketing the White House at Wilson's second inauguration, March 4, 1917
On March 4th, 1917, the National Women's Party picketed the East Wing of the White House to demand the right to vote. Learn more about this historic moment in women's rights history.
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Here’s a photo from March 4th, 1917. This was the date of Woodrow Wilson’s second Inauguration and the women picketing the East Wing of the White House are part of the National Women’s Party demanding a woman’s right to vote.

Picketing the White House at Wilson's second inauguration, March 4, 1917
Picketing the White House at Wilson’s second inauguration, March 4, 1917

Source: Library of Congress

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