Our goal is to support events and programs related to the Women's Suffrage Centennial. We do this through grants, statewide outreach and keeping this website updated weekly

Let us know about your event - email us below!

ATTENTION: Many of the public events listed below may be postponed or cancelled in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Please contact the hosting institutions to confirm details. 

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Did you know that only 18% of the 1.5 million biographies of notable people in Wikipedia are women? Washingtonians, let’s change that!

During Women’s History Month this year, we hosted Washington State Historical Society’s first ever Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon. In partnership with Women in Red’s initiative to focus on creating articles on notable suffragists, Washington State Historical Society has created a platform for Washingtonians everywhere to help create and edit articles on our local suffragists.


Visit our Wikipedia GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives and museums) page for information on how you can get started editing Wikipedia and what articles need to be created or improved. We will be adding new suggestions throughout 2019 and 2020 and need all hands on deck!


Know a notable Washington women who needs a Wikipedia page?

Tell us and we'll add her to our list!

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19

The March 21, 2020

Edits for Women Wikithon event has been

postponed until further notice.


Visit our GLAM page to start editing at home

Featured Events in Washington State

  • VOTES FOR WOMEN: 100 Years and Counting
    April 9th, 2020 – August 30, 2020
    Washington State History Museum
    Play the game of Victory Vote! Roll the dice, spin the wheel, vote your way through suffrage history! VOTES FOR WOMEN: 100 Years and Counting, an exhibit commemorating the 100th anniversary of 19th Amendment  at Washington State History Museum.
  • Women's Suffrage Centennial Celebration at the Washington State Capitol
    Sat, Aug 22
    Washington State Capitol Building
    Join the Washington Women's Commission and the Washington State Historical Society for a day-long, free event at the State Capitol featuring speakers, exhibits, vendors, music and more!