Category Archives: A Spotlight on the Constitution, Voting Rights and Elections

Presidential Debates Article by Fran Leskovar

With our Presidential Election in November, Constitution Day in September, and the Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, Collins Library is pleased to host a series of blog posts by Fran Leskovar. If you are an American politics nerd, as I … Continue reading

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Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote, Pop-up display in Collins Library

Learn about the 19th Amendment and the right to vote for women: https://museum.archives.gov/rightfully-hers Rightfully Hers poster 1 Rightfully Hers poster 2 Rightfully Hers poster 3 Rightfully Hers poster 4 For additional thoughts on democracy and voting, check out these related … Continue reading

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Artists’ Books & Social Justice: Ballot BOX by Bonnie Thompson Norman

Bonnie Thompson Norman is a Seattle artist who is passionate about voting and civil rights. She has been a printer and book artist for over forty years, and is proprietor of The Windowpane Press. She learned printing at The Woman’s … Continue reading

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Spotlight on the Constitution, Voting Rights and Elections by Fran Leskovar

With our Presidential Election in November, Constitution Day in September, and the Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, Collins Library is pleased to host a series of blog posts by Fran Leskovar. Very often Americans do not realize the greatness of … Continue reading

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