You've Got the Power and the Right
Late 20th Early 21st Century
35 in HIGH x 23.875 in WIDE
(88.9 cm HIGH x 60.64 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Poster has a light blue printed background with a darker blue border and text box, the latter of which is positioned at the bottom of the poster. At the top are black and white and color photos, each with black captions below. The images serve as a visual timeline of the progress women have made since the 1890s in achieving the right to vote. Highlighted events include: 1890s - woman suffrage movement began; 1920s - 19th Amendment adopted, giving women the right to vote; 1940s - women joined the workforce to help the war effort; 1960s - women fought for civil rights; 1980s - women began to climb the corporate ladder, becoming executives; 1990s - record number of women ran for public office, and won; 2000s - women are diverse and powerful; and the future for women is full of endless possibilites. In the blue text box at the bottom is "You''ve Got The Power / And The Right! / remember to register and vote / register on-line at www.ss.ca.gov / or call 1-800-345-VOTE" followed by three logos - National Organization for Women, Vote California and Vote America - across the bottom of the edge, all in white.
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