Votes for Colonized Women

Suffrage scholars have long recognized the de facto exclusion of African American women (and men) from voting long after 1920, as well as Native American and Asian American women deemed ineligible for citizenship. However, as we reflect upon the legacies of the Nineteenth Amendment, women in the United States’s overseas empire have largely been forgotten […]

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Suffrage scholars have long recognized the de facto exclusion of African American women (and men) from voting long after 1920, as well as Native American and Asian American women deemed ineligible for citizenship. However, as we reflect upon the legacies of the Nineteenth Amendment, women in the United States’s overseas empire have largely been forgotten […]

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