Marketing the Movement

Marketing the Movement: How Women Won the Vote

Host this educational traveling exhibit for free at your venue.

Learn how New Jersey women used branding, publicity, new technology, and political protest to win the right to vote!

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote in 1920, the Alice Paul Institute has created a dynamic traveling pop-up exhibition for businesses, organizations, and schools to host at their site. The traveling exhibit features six self standing retractable banners that tell the story of how New Jersey suffragists employed emerging technologies and developed marketing tactics to bring visibility to the fight for women’s suffrage.

Each retractable banner measures 36″x 80″ (w x h), and is available for loan periods of two weeks.

Interested in hosting this exhibit? For more information, contact Altana West, Program Coordinator, via email at: awest@alicepaul.org

Download the exhibit source list: Marketing the Movement Exhibit Sources

This exhibition is made possible by the following support:

The vibrant design of the exhibition was created pro-bono by:

Trimtab is a design agency that partners with social impact organizations to build meaningful services for humans.