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Utah State Historical Society History Conference "Rights and Responsibilities"

Presented by Utah Division of State History at Online/Virtual Space, Online/Virtual UT

Sep 01 - 30 2020
Utah State Historical Society History Conference "Rights and Responsibilities"

09.2020 Join us for a month of virtual events 09.25.2020 Keynote: Dr. Lisa Tetrault, Myth, Memory, & the Vote Plenary: Native American Voting Rights

In 1920, with the passage of the nineteenth amendment, women throughout the United States won the right to vote. In recognition of that event, the 2020 conference will focus on the question of rights and responsibility in Utah history. Those who have sought legal, political, and social equality have often had to disentangle ideologies, legal doctrines, and established opinion. The push for women’s suffrage is a prime example of this process.

Other topics to be addressed may include women’s

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Online/Virtual, UT 00000

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