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Celebrating the Centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment

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Thirty years ago American teenager Ryan White died from complications related to AIDS, which he had contracted during treatment for his hemophilia. The stigmatization that White faced, and his family's subsequent fight against the mistreatment, had made him a spokesman for the fair treatment of HIV/AIDS sufferers and served to educate the American public about the disease.

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7 Suffragists You Should Know

“The best protection any woman can have...is courage.”

In 2020 Britannica is celebrating the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment’s ratification. To mark the landmark event, we highlight a few of the suffragist who led the 72-year fight to win the vote for women.

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