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City of Orlando celebrates Women's History Month with National Votes for Women Trail Marker

City of Orlando are celebrating Women's History Month by unveiling a marker highlighting Rev. Mary Safford, a suffragette and leader from Orlando.


Through Safford's work, women in Orlando were granted the right to vote 104 years ago, a year before the 19th amendment was ratified nationwide in 1920, putting Orlando on the map as one of the country's early leaders in equity and inclusion for all people.


The City of Orlando's commitment to progressive values and equal opportunities for all people is a proud part of our unique history.


The marker unveiled can be found in front of the Historic Angebilt Hotel on Orange Avenue.


A second marker is scheduled to be installed on March 19 at the First Unitarian Church of Orlando.


City of Orlando celebrates Women's History Month with National Votes for Women Trail Marker

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