Women's Suffrage

In this edition: conversations with Governor Andy Beshear, and Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton. And we begin a year-long monthly series based on the centennial of ratification of the 19th amendment establishing the right of American women to vote. This month's installment features EKU Associate Professors of History Carolyn Dupont and Jackie Jay.

Contact: Tom Martin at es@eku.edu or leave voicemail at 859-622-9358

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Jan 13, 2020

On this weeks program, conversations with Governor Andy Beshear as the first legislative session of his young administration gets underway, and Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton on issues ranging from drugs and crime to streets and grease. And, the first in a yearlong monthly series on the centennial of ratification of the 19th Amendment establishing the voting rights of women.

Contact: Tom Martin at es@eku.edu or leave voicemail at 859-622-9358

Kentucky Humanities / kyhumanities.org

Think History is our daily segment from Kentucky Humanities. Today, Bill Goodman tells us about the Women's Suffrage Movement in Kentucky.