Become a Junior Suffragist
Earn your official Junior Suffragist badge. Download the Belmont Paul Women’s Equality National Monument Junior Suffragist Booklet or pick up a copy during your visit. The questions, puzzles, and other activities may be completed while you explore the museum exhibits. If you finish the booklet at home, contact us at 202-543-2240 to coordinate receipt of your badge.
Kids & Youth
National Mall and Memorial Parks Junior Ranger Program
National Mall and Memorial Parks has several Junior Ranger activities for the adventurous young visitors to earn badges. Check out the Be a Junior Ranger Page.
You can also earn your Star Spangled Banner National Historic Trail Junior Ranger badge by visiting this webpage.
Junior Girl Scouts working on the Inside Government badge can learn about the process of amending the Constitution, the importance of voting, and methods that citizens can use to work for change when visiting the Belmont Paul Women’s Equality National Monument.
Scouts from the Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital (GSCNC) can work on patch requirements during your visit:
The Discover the Nation's Capital patch is earned by visiting a site from each of 5 categories throughout the city Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument (listed in the patch requirements as Sewall-Belmont House and Museum) is one of the options to explore the stories of women.
The Election Connection patch includes a number of activities related to political engagement. Under the "Discover" section, activity #2 involves research of groups that did not have the right to vote at some time during the nation's history. Completing the activity requires creating a voting history timeline that includes important dates related to women's suffrage.
Boy Scouts completing Citizenship in the Nation (an Eagle required merit badge) can satisfy part of Requirement #2 during your visit, since the museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a National Monument. You can also learn more about the process of amending the U.S. Constitution for Requirement #4 while exploring the exhibits or taking a tour.