The 19th Amendment - Woman's Vote Centennial - Black Suffragist Doll
Only 100 years ago, Black women couldn't vote; can you imagine?
And our daughters probably have no clue who the suffragists were, or of the incredible battle to get these rights for women!
If they were still in school, they would undoubtedly have learned about the Suffragist Movement and the passing of the 19th amendment in this Centennial year. But what with the corona virus and the necessary streamlining of their school year, they might miss this story of how women got the right to vote.
We think our daughters and granddaughters should learn about the suffragists, and we are so incredibly proud to be able to offer you these special commemorative Suffragist Dolls!
- The 19th Amendment was passed on August 18th, 1920.
- This doll comes in Black or White versions this page is for The Black Version.
- All cloth doll is recommended for ages 3 or older
- Approximately 12 inches tall.
- Historically themed outfit has been tack stitched to the doll, not meant to be removable.