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The Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument was home to the National Woman’s Party for more than 90 years and served as the epicenter of the struggle for women’s rights. Over the last two years, the National Park Service and Quinn Evans have collaborated on a Historic Resource Study for this nationally significant site. The study highlights the people, places, and stories that helped propel the Women’s Suffrage and Equal Rights movements in Washington, D.C.
Watch the video to hear the results of the project, some untold stories of women’s activism and empowerment, and the role and legacy of the National Woman’s Party. You can access the full report and download the document here:
Historic Resource Study: Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National MonumentFinal Report, January 2021
National Mall and Memorial Parks