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October 2, 2013 3:29 PM

Merlene Davis: League of Women Voters show film as reminder of struggles of women's suffrage movement

More than a century ago, women sacrificed their standing in the community, their safety and their lives for their share of the right of suffrage, a right only white males were given by the U.S. Constitution. All they wanted was the right to pick someone to represent them, good or bad.

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