Votes for Women 1920-2020 Enamel Pin
- 1 inch diameter
- Rubber clutch backings
- Jewelry-grade, durable hard-enamel finish
- Gift boxed
This pin might be little, but it says a lot. Commemorate the hard-won first 100 years of women’s right to vote with this jewelry-grade, high-quality piece of flair.
In 1917, New Yorkers elected to add a women’s suffrage amendment to the state constitution, allowing them the vote. The win was a triumph for the women of New York. Radical changes taking place in American society at that time saw them pushing for equal rights, and the right to vote in national elections. The persistent efforts of the suffrage movement finally brought about the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution in 1920, allowing all women to vote.