The day will begin just before 11 AM at the Second St. entrance to the Belmont Paul Women's Equality Monument with a National Park Service guided tour of the historic headquarters of the National Women's Party. The Monument is the period brick house at the corner of Constitution Avenue and 2nd St NE.
From there the group will take Metro to Circa Restaurant for lunch followed by visits to two nearby exhibits, "Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence" at the National Portrait Gallery, and "Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote" at the National Archives. The Archives Exhibit includes the 19th Amendment document, as well as documents from the
League of Women Voters, and honors the efforts of African American women who fought for suffrage. The tour is expected to conclude by 4:45 PM .
Some walking is involved. Attendees are invited to come for all or any portion of the day. To join the tour at either the Portrait Gallery or National Archives please email Julia Tanner, email@example.com.
11:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Belmont-Paul Women's Equality Monument
144 Constitution Ave NE (Group meets at Second Street entrance) Washington, DC 20002
Nearby Metro stops are Capitol South Station or Union Station.
Tickets - $10 donation for LWV ERA programs
Each person is responsible for their own costs of lunch and transportation.