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Newsletter week 43, 2020
 
The Process & History of Voting in America
How Voting Works
 
Voting is one of the most fundamental rights that American citizens have. Teach students about the basics of the voting process in this lesson, which is enriched with fun activities and examples kids can relate to.
 
Black Suffrage
 
Before the 15th Amendment was passed in 1870, African Americans didn't have the right to vote. After it passed, Black voting rights were still suppressed through things like poll taxes, literacy tests, and violence.
 
Black Suffrage
Women's Suffrage
 
Women did not have the right to vote until the 19th Amendment was passed in 1920. Learn more about the fight for equal voting rights in this lesson. 
 
Women's Suffrage
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