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Center for Colorado Women's History:
Host a Votes for Women Tea to commemorate the women’s suffrage centennial at the Center for Colorado Women’s History in the historic house! Our Votes for Women Tea takes you on a guided tour of the historic home and then to the woman suffrage themed tea room to enjoy a three-course tea of fresh fruit, scones, tea sandwiches, desserts, and our Lady Evans Tea. Our tea room can host up to 24 guests and you can enjoy the full tour and tea experience for $25 per guest ($20 per History Colorado Member). To arrange your Votes for Women Tea or if you have further inquiries, e-mail HC_CoWomensHistory@state.co.us or call us at 303-620-4933.
Tours and Treks
I’ve always been inspired by @SamanthaJPower and the work she’s done over the years on issues of human rights and diplomacy. I can’t wait to get started on her latest book. So glad I got to hear her speak tonight at @HistoryColorado. #HerColorado #ForeignPolicyWonk pic.twitter.com/BtZUxdKdQq— Marcela Aguirre (@mar_ce_la_88) October 8, 2019
Congratulations @HistoryColorado on the successful kick off of Women’s Vote Centennial Commission, which will lead efforts in anticipation of next year's 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and recognize women’s suffrage in Colorado. Be sure to follow along at #HerColorado.— Michael Bennet (@SenatorBennet) August 26, 2019
Colorado ratified the #19thAmendment on December 15, 1919. Check out a copy of the resolution signed & sealed by Colorado Secretary of State James R. Noland. Thanks @archivesfdn for sharing with us! #HerColorado #copolitics pic.twitter.com/T8qTgNcD2h— Colorado Sec. of State (@COSecofState) August 26, 2019
Today is #WomensEqualityDay! It celebrates the 1920 adoption of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which prohibits the states and the federal government from denying the right to vote to citizens of the United States on the basis of gender. pic.twitter.com/lpfeKjzjt9— Jared Polis (@GovofCO) August 26, 2019