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Celebrating the 19th Amendment
The 19th Amendment: Women Vote Forever® Stamp commemorates the suffragists' historic fight for voting rights.
This year marks the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guarantees women the right to vote. More than 70 years in the making, the 19th Amendment was added to the Constitution on August 26, 1920.
Inspired by historic photographs, the stamp art features a stylized illustration of suffragists marching in a parade or other public demonstration. The clothes they wear and the banners they bear display the official colors of the National Woman’s Party (NWP)—purple, white, and gold.
The U.S. women’s suffrage movement coalesced in Seneca Falls, New York, in 1848. That year, some 300 women and men gathered for a two-day women’s rights convention. In the decades that followed, their call for women’s suffrage spread across the country, attracting supporters from all walks of life.
By the end of 1912, several states had granted full voting rights to women. Nevertheless, the obstacles to achieving the vote one state at a time frustrated some suffragists, who formed what would eventually become the NWP and began picketing in front of the White House in January 1917. At the same time, the National American Woman Suffrage Association launched campaigns in states across the country while also lobbying President Woodrow Wilson and members of Congress for a constitutional amendment.