Sonoma County 2020 Women's Suffrage Project

Current & upcoming Exhibits in sonoma county

From Suffrage to #MeToo Groundbreaking Women in Sonoma County

From Suffrage to #MeToo Groundbreaking Women in Sonoma County

From Suffrage to #MeToo Groundbreaking Women in Sonoma County

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January 25 - September 13, 2020


2020 is the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, giving women the constitutional right to vote. While different in goal and origin, the recent #MeToo movement and women’s marches also represent pivotal change and the power of the collective voice to challenge the status quo. The Museum of Sonoma County’s exhibition, From Suffrage to #MeToo: Groundbreaking Women in Sonoma County, explores the changing expectations, challenges, and obstacles to inclusion that women have faced and the remarkable people who have broken through the barriers. 



Museum of Sonoma County, 425 Seventh Street, Santa Rosa


Black History: Remember, Educate, Celebrate

From Suffrage to #MeToo Groundbreaking Women in Sonoma County

From Suffrage to #MeToo Groundbreaking Women in Sonoma County

Headquarters for Colored Women Voters, attributed as Georgia, ca. 1920 Schomburg Center for Research

February 7 - March 13, 2020

 

“Black History Remember, Educate, Celebrate“-2020 marks the 150th anniversary of the Fifteenth Amendment which gave the right of black men to vote following the Civil War. It also marks the centennial of the Nineteenth amendment and the culmination of the women’s suffrage movement.

Remember: Africans Americans and the Vote. Black males were given the vote in 1870 and the ratification of the 19th Amendment gave black women the right to vote, but were they really able to cast their ballots or are there still some road blocks today? The exhibit will have pictures and information about the African American struggle for the vote.

Educate: Major events in American history attributed to African Americans. Learn about the inventions, the black women computers during the race for space and the many records set by African American sports figures.

Celebrate – the legacy of African Americans that have died recently (Tony Morrison, Diahann Carroll, Elijah Cummings)


Curated by Faith Ross


Petaluma Historical Library & Museum

20 Fourth Street, Petaluma



The 19th Amendment

From Suffrage to #MeToo Groundbreaking Women in Sonoma County

Women's Suffrage: Celebrating the Centennial of the 19th Amendment

But Still, Like Air We Rise by Emily Florence

February 7 - March 27, 2020


Santa Rosa Arts Center invites you to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment — women’s right to vote in this country. This exhibit explores the struggles and the victories of the women’s movements. Artwork on suffrage, the Equal Rights Amendment, the Glass Ceiling, equal pay for equal work, violence against women and the #metoo movement exposing the prevalence of sexual harassment and sexual assault.   Expressing the diverse aspects of feminism, the milestones, the relevance today and the continued strength, perseverance and wisdom that it brings to the future. 


Santa Rosa Arts Center

312 South A Street, Santa Rosa

Women's Suffrage: Celebrating the Centennial of the 19th Amendment

Women's Suffrage: Celebrating the Centennial of the 19th Amendment

Women's Suffrage: Celebrating the Centennial of the 19th Amendment

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March 1 - March 12, 2020


An exhibit of Suffrage artifacts dating back to 1842 in conjunction with graphics and media, interweaving biographies of many of the courageous women who fought for the 19th Amendment. 


Curated by Jane and Jessica Toy. 


 

St Luke Lutheran Church, 905 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa

 

Lucy! Fussbudget to Feminist

Women's Suffrage: Celebrating the Centennial of the 19th Amendment

Petaluma's Participation in the Women's Suffrage Movement

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March 15, 2020 - March 7, 2021


 On this centennial of the 19th Amendment, Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center celebrates the leading lady of the Peanuts with Lucy! Fussbudget to Feminist. Whether she's running her own psychiatric booth or stealing a football, Lucy van Pelt has become a symbol for women's equality. See the evolution of this female icon through original Peanuts artwork, archival materials, and much more.  


Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center, 2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa 

Petaluma's Participation in the Women's Suffrage Movement

Women's Suffrage: Celebrating the Centennial of the 19th Amendment

Petaluma's Participation in the Women's Suffrage Movement

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August 26 - November 2, 2020 

Petaluma Museum joins our Nation’s centennial celebration of the ratification of the 19th Amendment with this exhibit as  a commemoration of our community’s efforts to ensure women the right to vote. 


Curated by Paula Freund and Katherine Rinehart


Petaluma Historical Library & Museum, 20 Fourth Street, Petaluma