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Women 100 is a series of programs and events in 2020 that celebrate American women and spark new ideas about the path to gender equality.

Presented by Drexel University’s Vision 2020, Women 100 is the largest 19th Amendment centennial celebration in the United States.

All are welcome and participants will be invited to shape the future by helping to develop a bold new agenda based on shared leadership among women and men.

WOMEN 100 SIGNATURE PROGRAMS AND EVENTS

 

Vision2020Votes

Through November 3, 2020

Let’s Break the Record for Women Voting in the 2020 National Election!

Vision2020Votes is a nonpartisan, national, online voter mobilization effort. Ready to help? It’s easy! 1 – Sign up, 2 – Invite people you know to join your team, 3 – Follow prompts for online action steps, 4 – Earn points for prizes, 5 – Share the news that you voted.
LEARN MORE AND SIGN UP!

Seat at the Table Exhibition

Now through September 30, 2020

Learn About Women’s Right to Vote and Equality 100 Years Later

Visit this interactive exhibition to discover what it took for women to win voting rights and how gender inequality persists. Free, family-friendly and open to the public in the Kimmel Center lobby. Can’t visit in person? View Seat at the Table’s multimedia content on this website.
EXHIBITION IS OPEN DAILY!

SHE Leads Road Rally

June 19-20, 2020

Road Trip from America’s Birthplace to the Birthplace of Women’s Rights

Getting there is more than half the fun as women driving race cars lead an overnight round trip from Philadelphia to Seneca Falls, NY, site of the first Women’s Rights Convention. Bring friends and family! Bus and hotel space is limited, so register early to secure your spot.
REGISTRATION IS OPEN.

Toast To Tenacity™

August 26, 2020

Celebrate 100 Years Since Women Won the Right to Vote

Join a tribute to Women’s Equality Day on Independence Mall with inspiring speakers, music and a toast to the suffragists whose tenacious efforts resulted in passage of the 19th Amendment.
FREE EVENT — SAVE THE DATE.

Celebrating Women

September 16, 2020

Gather for an Entertaining Evening in Honor of Trailblazing Women

You won’t want to miss this special evening in the Kimmel Center’s Verizon Hall as we recognize famous and little-known women who broke down barriers for others. Celebratory reception in the lobby follows.
TICKETED EVENT – SAVE THE DATE.

Vision 2020 National Congress

September 16-18, 2020

Setting a Bold New Agenda for the Future of Equality

Noted thought leaders, Vision 2020 Delegates and representatives of Allied Organizations from all 50 states meet to develop strategies for achieving women’s economic, social and political equality.
BY INVITATION ONLY.

Women’s Leadership Forums

 November 4, 2020

Join a Dialogue about Women as Leaders Past, Present, and Future

On the day after the 2020 national election, thought leaders from a variety of fields will spark dialogue about the past, present and future of women’s leadership in three panel discussions. Come to participate!
TICKETED EVENT – SAVE THE DATE.

Spring Breakthru

Vision 2020’s Women 100 has announced postponement of its Spring Breakthru Conference until Spring 2021. Lynn H. Yeakel, founder and president of Vision 2020, said registration for Spring Breakthru was below expected levels because colleges are currently reluctant to promote unnecessary travel by their students. Click to learn more.
POSTPONED TO SPRING 2021.

Proud Partner Events

Check Events page for dates and times

Partners Host Their Own Events Celebrating Women in 2020

Women 100 Proud Partners are champions of women’s equality. View list on About page. Most of our partners are hosting a women-themed program or event aligned with the national celebration of the 19th Amendment centennial.

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Let’s Break the Record for Women Voting!

It's the most effective way to increase the power of women’s voices in decisions that affect society — and the best way to honor the suffragists who won the fight for women’s right to vote in 1920.