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- As a special addition to the “Dorothy Howell Rodham & Virginia Clinton Kelley” exhibition, the original document that allowed women the right to vote will be on display for a limited time only October 19-24. Dorothy Rodham’s birthday, June 4, 1919, was the same day that Congress, by joint resolution, approved the 19th Amendment and sent it to the states for ratification. This original document is on loan from the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
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- Join us for Thea Paves the Way at the Clinton Center Park tomorrow! Families, church groups, school groups, individuals of all ages are welcome to create your own graffiti with chalk on the sidewalks around the Clinton Center.
- Today, we honor the Little Rock Nine's courage and fierce determination to obtain the best available education 55 years ago. Their story captivated the world and focused attention on the civil rights movement. The Clinton Center is honored ...to display one of the Little Rock Nine's Congressional Gold Medals. The exhibit is a multimedia display honoring the Little Rock Nine as well as the importance of embracing diversity and recognizing a shared destiny, a common humanity.
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