Voice is a publication in which I was design lead for my Women's Leadership Seminar. Voice hopes to remember and shine a light on all of the women who fought for the right to vote. The Suffrage Movement is complex and filled with injustices like much of American history. 2020 marks the centennial of white women gaining the right to vote in the United States. White women did not achieve this alone, Black women were instrumental in the Suffrage Movement, even though women of color were unable to vote until 1965. Many folks, to this day, experience voter suppression. Voice is a way to remember and thank all of the womxn who protested, were arrested, spoke out, and fought to give us our vote and our voice. As well as acknowledge those who were excluded and continue to be disenfranchised. Voice is an intersectional commemoration of the Suffragette Movement. 
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