We Demand: Women’s Suffrage in Virginia

The Library of Virginia’s current exhibition, We Demand: Women’s Suffrage in Virginia commemorates the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guaranteeing women the right to vote.

January 13, 2020–December 5, 2020

Exhibition Gallery and Lobby
800 East Broad Street, Richmond, VA

Parking is available under the building.

Virginia suffragists were a remarkable group of talented and dedicated women who have largely been forgotten. They were artists and writers, business and professional women, and educators and reformers who marched in parades, rallied at the state capitol, spoke to crowds on street corners, staffed booths at state and county fairs, lobbied legislators and congressmen, picketed the White House, and even went to jail. At the centenary of woman suffrage, these remarkable women are at last recognized for their important achievements and contributions.

To see the itinerary for the traveling version of this exhibition, click HERE.

Check out our new Suffrage Coloring Book HERE.

This exhibition is a project of the Task Force to Commemorate the Centennial Anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote.