We Demand Traveling Exhibition

To commemorate the centennial of the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution granting women the right to vote, the traveling exhibition, We Demand: Women’s Suffrage in Virginia uses text and images to trace the history of the woman suffrage movement in Virginia from 1909 until 1920. For more information on this exhibition or bringing it to your area, please contact Barbara C. Batson, exhibitions coordinator, at barbara.batson@lva.virginia.gov or 804.692.3518. Here is the Prospectus and FAQ for We Demand.

Please note: Schedule subject to change as a result of closures due to Covid-19 response.

8/24/2021–8/27/2021Patrick Henry Building, Richmond
8/30/2021–10/9/2021Shenandoah County Library
9/13/2021–10/23/2021Alexandria Public Library (Burke)
10/11/2021–1/1/2022Lynchburg Museum
10/25/2021–12/4/2021Handley Regional Library (Stephens City)
1/3/2022–2/12/2022Loudoun County Public Library
2/14/2022–3/26/2022Pittsylvania County Public Library
2/21/2022–4/1/2022Simpson Library, Convergence Gallery, UMW
3/28/2022–5/7/2022Russell County Public Library
4/4/2022–5/14/2022Chesterfield County Public Library
5/9/2022–6/18/2022OPEN
6/20/2022–7/30/2022Henrico County Public Library (Fairfield)
8/1/2022–9/10/2022Prince William County Libraries (Montclair)
9/12/2022–10/22/2022Central Rappahannock Regional Library
10/24/2022–12/3/2022Cuffee Outreach & Innovation Library (Chesapeake)