Women’s Representation: 100 Years Later, Voting Rights Still Met With Resistance

Weekend Reading for Women’s Representation is a compilation of stories about women’s representation.

This week: Massachusetts’s congressional primary proves the need for ranked choice voting; The Senate could have fewer GOP women after November; opposition to women’s suffrage at the RNC; a suffrage statue unveiled in Central Park; how to ensure women—like Buffy Wicks!—can serve effectively once elected; Hillary Clinton reflects on her role at the Fourth World Conference on Women; and feminist reading suggestions.