The 2020 Calendar includes LWVMO events as well as local LWV Centennial Celebration events around the state. The location is provided and contact information, if available.
Sept. 13: Former LWVUS President Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins shared information on the Colored League that was very active in St. Louis in the 1920s. She is the author of The Untold Story of Women of Color in the League of Women Voters.
Oct. 3: It’s All About the Election – 2020, 1 pm. Speakers for LWVMO’s Fall Conference included Aquene Freechild from Public Citizen, Denise Lieberman from the Missouri Election Protection Coalition, Sean Soendker Nicholson with the No on 3 Campaign, and a panel of three local election officials.
Oct. 19: No on Amendment 3. Former Sen. Jack Danforth and Sean spoke at a virtual forum sponsored by LWV of Southwest Missouri. Click here for the recording.
Dec. 1: Giving Tuesday. Click here to donate.
Jan. 8 and May 14, 2020: LWVMO State Board meetings on Zoom.
May 15, 2020: LWVMO State Convention on Zoom.
Through August 2020: “She Got the Vote!”
Boone County History & Culture Center, 3801 Ponderosa Street. This exhibit about the suffragists includes a historical look at LWV of Columbia-Boone County. For details on location and hours, go to: boonehistory.org.
Through March 2022: “Beyond the Ballot: Suffrage in St. Louis”
Missouri History Museum exhibit showcases women who made an impact in St. Louis before gaining the vote in 1920. For more information or free timed tickets, click here.