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The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) has brought together an openly accessible curated collection of materials relating to Black women and the fight for suffrage: Black Women's Suffrage Portal. From DPLA, "The collection explores both the roots of women’s activism in Black communities; the ongoing struggle to secure, protect, and use the right to vote, beyond the Suffrage Movement; and the intersections between voting rights and other civil rights."
The Online Biographical Dictionary of the Woman Suffrage Movement in the United States is a freely accessible, searchable online database. The database contains crowd sourced biographical sketches of grassroots woman suffrage activists coordinated by Thomas Dublin and published by Alexander Street Press. Currently including ~2,600 biographical sketches of black women suffragists, supporters of the National Woman's Party, and activists affiliated with the National American Woman Suffrage Association, new biographies are added every 6 months.
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