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The picture is from Norsk forlkemuseum's collection and is published with a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence. Photographer: Arthur Gran. It depicts Norwegian women in New York in 1913, demonstrating for American women's right to vote. Originally published online at http://www.digitaltmuseum.no/things/demonstrasjonstog-new-york-1913-norske/NF/NF.26939-002/gallery?query=stemmerett+kvinner=1_context=1=21=4

heynorth: “ Hey so did you know today, june marks 100 years since the women of Norway was granted full women’s suffrage? Norway was one of the first countries in the world to grant full voting rights to all women. Here’s a great list of Norway’s.

The suffrage movement was very different from Womens rights movement in the 60's which I think screwed women over. Great women of the movement like Sharon Presley understand what Libertarian philosophy was and is and how it applies to womens rights.

"Women bring all voters into the world. Let Women Vote."- This pro-suffrage poster from the North Carolina Museum of History's collection, attempted to remind men (who already had the vote) where they came from. - (vintage lady, edwardian, women's rights)

"A woman is struck down during a suffragette demonstration in 1903."

Susan B Anthony pummeled and arrested for attempting to vote in She was fined 100 dollars for registering to vote. CORRECTION: Ada Wright, a British suffragette who was beaten by police on “Black Friday” in NOT Susan B.

Women's suffrage flyer; the small print at the top reads 'Hang one of these in your window for each woman registered - Leave it there until March 1st - Cut this off before Displaying - Americanization Society, 318 Shepard Building - Citizens 8315 - Bell 40 - Grand Rapids,  Mich. - February, 1919

the small print at the top reads 'Hang one of these in your window for each woman registered - Leave it there until March - Cut this off before Displaying - Americanization Society, Grand Rapids, Mich.

Empowering women everywhere. My mother, who lives with me, was born before women were ALLOWED to vote. Never ever take your voting rights for granted! Posted 4/29/2012.  My mother is 95

Women were reviled, kicked, beaten, ostracized and battled so women could vote. Don't disrespect their sacrifice by not exercising your vote -- every time you have the chance. -- "An American suffragette proclaiming 'Women! Use your vote,' circa "