Commemorate the Centennial of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution by going on a Virtual Scavenger Hunt of the National Park Service Women's History website.Complete both activities to earn your Junior Suffragist badge.
Go to the 19th Amendment by State page. Find your state or territory and click on it. (If you are not in the U.S., choose a place you would like to visit.)
Now visit the page “20 Suffragists to Know for 2020.” Pick one of the suffragists listed and read the story.
Since we can't meet in person to award your Junior Suffragist badge, download the picture of the Junior Park Ranger template and create your own badge.
Share your experience with us on social media using #JuniorRangerDay or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a photo of yourself wearing your badge if you like! We would love to hear about what you learned.
Be sure to take the Junior Suffragist pledge below.
Junior Suffragist Pledge:
I promise to treat all people fairly and equally.
I promise to participate in my community.
I promise to work for positive change.
Last updated: February 5, 2024