California Votes for Women
Saturday, November 9, 10am, California Museum, $5
It’s hard to believe, but this year marks one century since the 19th Amendment was passed by Congress. The amendment barred the government from denying voting rights on the basis of sex, and forever changed the course of American politics. To celebrate this historic anniversary, the California Museum will host several women’s suffrage-related activities for a reduced $5 entry fee for the first 500 visitors. You can explore a pop-up exhibit by the National Archives, watch living history reenactors and even listen to a presentation by legendary activist Ida B. Wells’ great-granddaughter, Michelle Duster. 1020 O St., californiamuseum.org.