About This Event

Photo of women in 1920s dress carrying signs advocating for women's right to vote, with logo saying One Woman, One Vote across the top of the photograph

How could America claim to be the world’s greatest democracy, but deny the right to vote for women? With an introduction by the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, the film One Woman, One Vote documents the events that culminated in the passing of the 19th amendment. We’re partnering with PBS Kansas (formerly KPTS Channel 8) to screen this documentary in conjunction with the WAM exhibition Celebrating 1920: Women Artists from the Collection. Join us to celebrate the outstanding achievements of women and the passage of the 19th Amendment!

Admission is $2; free for WAM members. The Zoom presentation is free.

Senior Wednesday, a collaboration between 12 Wichita museums and cultural attractions, offers lifelong learning opportunities for active adults 55+. WAM offers Senior Wednesday in the morning on the first Wednesday of the month. For a complete list of participating organizations and programs, visit