Jewish Women and the Vote: A Virtual Exhibit by the Mayerson JCC of Cincinnati
August 1 – 31
From the Mayerson JCC:
“Let us, by honoring the memory of reformers in the past…encourage the rise of others in future time.” – Ernestine Rose
2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which provided millions of women with the right to vote. To mark the suffrage centennial, the Mayerson JCC created a virtual exhibit reflecting on the participation of Jewish women in the movement.
Though we commemorate the centennial, the ratification of the 19th Amendment on August 18, 1920, still left many in disenfranchisement. Across the country, the centennial of the 19th Amendment and the work of the women who fought for its passage are being recognized. In this virtual exhibit, we hope to elevate and reflect on the significance of the voices and efforts of Jewish women.
After clicking the button below, click on the triangular “play” icon to enter the homepage of the exhibit. For best viewing, enter full-screen mode by clicking on the diagonal double arrows in the bottom right corner of the exhibit window. You are welcome to enjoy all or some of the included information. By using the arrows on the bottom center of the window, you can move through the entire exhibit. You can also navigate through the exhibit manually by clicking on the home page features and linked subtopic details. Within the exhibit, you can navigate using the home and return arrow icons that appear when you hover your cursor over the right border of the exhibit window. If you would like to explore further, click on included URLs to open the linked content in a new tab on your browser.Visit the Exhibit