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Nothing Less Exhibit: Where To See It

“Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.”
Susan B. Anthony, The Revolution, Jan. 8, 1868

2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, which states that “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex”.  Delaware Humanities will take this upcoming year to discuss suffrage, voting rights, and equal rights from the first women’s rights convention in the United States in 1848 to today.


Delaware Humanities has developed the original panel exhibit Nothing Less, which examines Delaware’s history with women’s suffrage, its unique role in the passage of the 19th Amendment, the Equal Rights Amendment, and general voting rights in the United States. A limited quantity of physical copies of the panel exhibit are available.  The exhibit is also available as a PDF.  To be eligible for a copy, your organization must be planning a program related to suffrage, voting rights, and/or equal rights in 2020.  You can view more information and request a copy of the exhibit here.

Exhibit Hosts

Be sure to check their websites for specific location and event information.

Selbyville Public Library: February 7-March 30
Event: Voter’s at Last: Battle for the Ballot, March 18 at 6 PM

Rehoboth Beach Museum: February 14-28
Event: 19th Amendment Celebration, February 14 at 7 PM

Delaware Historical Society: February 24 – December 18
Be sure to check their event calendar for programs throughout the year!

Greenbank Mills and Philips Farm: February 28-June 30
Event: Lecture Series TBA

AAUW Wilmington: February 28 – 29
At the Concord Mall

Newark Free Library: March 1-July 1
Event: Women’s Right to Vote: A Perspective, March 22 at 2 PM

Kent County Public Library: March 1-30
Event: Suffrage: The First for Women’s Rights, March 19 at 6:30 PM

Brandywine Hundred Library: March 1-31
Event: Celebrating 100 Years: Revisiting The Women’s Suffrage Movement With “2020” Hindsight, March 10 at 6:30 PM

Lewes Public Library: March 1-31
Event: Women’s History Month Panel, March 25 at 6 PM

LaFate Gallery: March 3 – August 19

Joshua M. Freeman Foundation: March 3, 2020 – January 1, 2021
Event: 19th Amendment Celebration March, March 8
Be sure to check their event calendar for programs throughout the year!

Milford Public Library: March 6 – 30

AAUW Dover/Biggs Museum: March 7
Event: 100th Anniversary Celebration, March 7

Bowers Beach Maritime Museum: March 15 – October 15

Hockessin Public Library: May 1 – December 30
Event: Celebrating 100 Years: Revisiting The Women’s Suffrage Movement with “2020” Hindsight, March 7 at 11 AM

Selbyville Community Club
Event: Suffrage Walk at the Rehoboth Beach Board Walk, August 28

New Castle Court House Museum: September 1 – October 1
Event: 2020 Chautauqua