How U.S. Women Won the Vote: Amending America





Guzman Lecture Hall

Amending America

Amending America educates audiences on a vital, yet neglected era of American history. The program celebrates the 100th anniversary of women in the U.S. winning the right to vote in 1920, advances our knowledge of women's long struggle to win the vote, inspires people to vote, and supports women candidates to run for office.

Join us as Kate Campbell Stevenson, singer/actor/producer/women’s activist/devoted catalyst for women’s issues, employs theater arts as a motivational tool for societal change.

Registration Information

Registration is no longer available. If you would like to be placed on the waitlist, please contact Kim Richter and provide: 

  • First and last name of each guest
  • Primary email and phone number
  • Each person's affiliation (student, faculty, staff, other)

Once you are notified that you have been moved from the waitlist to the guest list, be prepared to provide your credit card information if you are a registrant outside of the Dominican community. 

Tickets: $15 (Space is limited. Advance registration is required of all attendees).
Free to Dominican students, faculty and staff.

Questions? Please Contact us.

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