August 2020 was an amazing month: we commemorated the Centennial of the 19th amendment, celebrated the legacy of the men and women who fought for equality, and even got a message from the great-granddaughter of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, one of the leading figures of the Suffragist movement.
It was all very exciting and inspiring. But the importance of celebrating and reflecting upon our voting rights extends beyond August. This is an election year, and no matter what side of the aisle you are on, we can all agree that equality is a cornerstone of democracy.
That’s why at Sedna Inspirations we have created our Celebrate 2020 Hat Collection, a series of commemorative hats to be worn widely throughout the country to inspire, celebrate, and show our commitment to equal voting rights.
The hats of our Celebration 2020 collection are available in cotton, corduroy, and sweater fabric; they celebrate and inspire with triumphant embroidered front designs and powerful words such as “Momentum!” “She Persisted!” ” “Forward into Light” or “I Vote!” on the back. The “19th Amendment” is embroidered on the side. The selection of colors includes purple, gold, yellow, white, ivory, and black. Shop online and start celebrating today!
Learn More About the 19th Amendment
These are some previous posts where you will find more stories, facts, and resources about the 19th Amendment:
- An Image That Captures the Past and Present of the 19th Amendment
- Some interesting Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Susan B. Anthony’s Trial
- A Conversation With Coline Jenkins, Great-Granddaughter of Elizabeth Cady Stanton
- 4 Surprising Facts About the 19th Amendment
- 3 Life Lessons from the 19th Amendment
- 3 Reasons to Celebrate the Centennial Anniversary of the 19th Amendment
What are the facts about the 19th Amendment that inspire you the most? How do you plan to celebrate and promote equal rights for all? We’d love to hear from you! Let us know what you think by email at email@example.com or through our social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter.