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100 years ago today: March 3, 1913: suffragist, labor lawyer, and journalist Inez Milholland Boissevain leads the suffrage parade in Washington, D.C, riding "Gray Dawn".

100 years ago today: March 3, 1913: suffragist, labor lawyer, and journalist Inez Milholland Boissevain leads the suffrage parade in Washington, D.C, riding "Gray Dawn".

Women's March on Washington sister cities: Fairbanks with temps -15*

Pictures From Women’s Marches on Every Continent

19th amendment Ratified:1789 Whom: Women Right/Liberty: Suffrage to all sexes

19th amendment Ratified:1789 Whom: Women Right/Liberty: Suffrage to all sexes

In this 1961 photo, the women prepare to graduate flight attendant school

Awesome Vintage Pictures From The Golden Age Of American Airlines

In this 1961 photo, the women prepare to graduate flight attendant school

Vassar students load a horse drawn carriage with picked daisies, 1920s.

Vassar students load a horse drawn carriage with picked daisies, 1920s.

On May 15, 1869, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton formed the National Woman Suffrage Association, decades later this delegation of women had a meeting with President Wilson.

On May 15, 1869, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton formed the National Woman Suffrage Association, decades later this delegation of women had a meeting with President Wilson.

Women at the Trial of Margaret Sanger (the woman who coined the term "birth control") in 1917. Her many arrests and prosecutions, and the resulting outcries, helped lead to changes in laws, giving doctors the right to give birth control advice (and later, birth control devices) to patients.   They were previously outlawed by The Comstock Law of 1873. © Bettmann/CORBIS

Women at the Trial of Margaret Sanger (the woman who coined the term "birth control") in 1917. Her many arrests and prosecutions, and the resulting outcries, helped lead to changes in laws, giving doctors the right to give birth control advice (and later, birth control devices) to patients. They were previously outlawed by The Comstock Law of 1873. © Bettmann/CORBIS

Photos of what was going on in Washington, D.C, 100 years ago: a woman suffrage parade. Via the Atlantic.

Photos of what was going on in Washington, D.C, 100 years ago: a woman suffrage parade. Via the Atlantic.

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