• Jefferson Parish, LA. 1963.
  • Democratic convention 1920 Seated: (left) Miss Dortch of Tennessee, 1st Director from 3rd region who resigned during year (right) Mrs. Richard Edwards. Standing: (left to right) Miss Mary McDowell of Chicago, Miss Adah Bush of Indiana Mrs. Patty Jacobs, Mrs. Maud Wood Park, Mrs. Simmons of Portland, Oregon, 1st Director of 7th Region, Mrs. James Paige of Minneapolis
  • Delegates to the Conference of College Leagues meeting in Jefferson City, Missouri on February 15, 1929. In the group are several legislators.
  • A Citizenship School in Tampa, FL is conducted by Mrs. W. Ramsey, 5th Vice President, and Miss Hildah Morrehead, regional secretary (1), in connection with the Florida League Convention, March 1929
  • One of three PSAs encouraging viewers to Register, Vote and Be Heard.  These PSAs are part of the Freedom of Expression through Film campaign, a public awareness effort dedicated to voter education and self expression.  Featuring Oscar® nominated actress Virginia Madsen, the campaign aims to encourage women to express themselves in life, politics and beauty – specifically by voting for what they believe in and taking care of their health and skin.

  • Featuring Lindy Russell-Heymann, Teacher

    This video can be downloaded and distributed to media in your area to help educate your community about DC citizens' lack of full voting rights. (:30 running time.)

  • The Honorable Barbara Roberts, First Woman Governor of Oregon, 1991-1995 addressed convention delegates and attendess on Saturday, June 14, 2008 at the start of the plenary session.

  • This video was developed for schools, universities and media to help educate your community about DC citizens' lack of full voting rights. (5:07 running time.)

  • Two interviews on terrorism were conducted by Xandra Kayden (member of the LWVUS Board from 2001 to 2008) with Brian Michael Jenkins in Los Angeles in August of 2008.  They are part of the “Strategies for a Secure World” program that encouraged Leagues to educate themselves and their communities about why we are under attack, how terrorism has changed, and to begin thinking about what kinds of policies will be required to defeat terrorism in the long-run.

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