Minnie Fisher Cunningham, a leader in the Texas suffrage movement, campaigning for the U.S. Senate in 1927. Image from the Austin Public Library.

“How Texas Women Delivered the 19th Amendment”
From the Texas Observer
“An upcoming documentary and book mark the suffrage centennial, focused on Texas contributions…”

“The Women Who Fought For the Amendment Are Gone. An Interactive Digital Exhibit Brings Their Stories to Life.”
From the Texas Standard
“An Austin cemetery highlights the work of the suffragists buried there…”

100 Years After the 19th Amendment: A Look Back at Mary Eleanor Brackenridge”
“KSAT Looks back at some of the icons of the suffrage movement…”

“Backroads: Bell County Women Involved in Suffrage Movement”
From the Killeen Daily Herald
“Bell County women joined their Texas sisters in the long struggle to get the vote…”

“Overlooked No More: Jovita Idár, Who Promoted Rights of Mexican-Americans and Women”
From the New York Times
“As a teacher, writer, editor and activist, Idár preserved Mexican culture in South Texas and encouraged women to pursue an education and push for equal rights…”

“A Texan Who Empowered Women is a Name to Remember on the Centennial of the 19th Amendment”
From the Houston Chronicle
“Georgetown resident Jessie Daniel Ames was a tireless crusader for voting rights for women and for civil rights…”

“A Look Back: A Women’s Suffrage Timeline”
From the El Paso Herald-Post
“The El Paso County Historical Society is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution that gave women in the United States the right to vote in 1920…”

“As We Celebrate the 19th Amendment, Let’s Remember It Only Applied to White Women”
From the Dallas Morning News
From the DMN Editorial Board: “The fight for universal suffrage took longer, and defending suffrage continues…”