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Tuesday, August 25th
12 — 1 p.m.
Research Roundtable | Women's History
Free for HC Members
The road to suffrage did not begin or end with the Nineteenth Amendment. Join Katharine Allen, director of research, and Melissa DeVelvis, PhD, as they recount more than a century of women’s activism through both a national and state-wide lens. Columbia City of Women honorees Ida Salley Reamer, the Rollin sisters, Modjeska Monteith Simkins, and Donella Brown Wilson will all be featured.
?: Donella Brown Wilson (at right with umbrella) votes for the first time, along with thousands of other Black citizens, in 1948. She voted in every election for the next 70 years. Image courtesy South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia