The feminist civics lesson of 19: The Musical

  title={The feminist civics lesson of 19: The Musical},
  author={Jessica Enoch},
  journal={Quarterly Journal of Speech},
  pages={242 - 252}
  • J. Enoch
  • Published 2 July 2020
  • Sociology
  • Quarterly Journal of Speech
ABSTRACT This essay examines 19: The Musical—a memorial project that marks the suffrage centennial. The author employs an intersectional lens to examine the arguments this memorialization makes about a suffrage past as well as a feminist present and future. This intersectional emphasis is especially important given the prevalent present-day assumption of the suffrage movement as an entirely white women's endeavor—one that especially forgets the racism and exclusivity that riddled the suffrage… 
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