Senior Professionals - WWI Aftermath: Those Insufferable Suffragettes - Making Sense of the Fight for Voting Rights | Events - Illinois State
Activists who reinvigorated women’s suffrage in the 19th century met their share of critics who characterized them as militant, angry, disreputable and insufferable. Instead of buckling to the criticism, they challenged those who saw them as misguided women to see them as citizens deserving of full rights.