How Did the National Woman's Party Address the
Issue of the Enfranchisement of Black Women, 1919-1924?

Abstract

      This project collects and interprets documents pertaining to the debate about the enfranchisement of African American women after the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920. It examines tensions in the interactions between advocates for Black women and the most militant woman suffrage organization, the National Woman's Party.

         
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