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POSTPONED: Bergman Memorial Lecture: 100th Anniversary of Women's Right to Vote

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POSTPONED: Bergman Memorial Lecture: 100th Anniversary of Women's Right to Vote

王者荣耀芈月点点斿This event occurred in the past

Date and Time

  • Wednesday, March 18, 2020 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Location

Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, Theatre & Rotunda

5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110

Cost

0

Details

The Bergman Lecture commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote is postponed until the Fall 2020 as a preventive measure to reduce risk related to the COVID-19 virus. Visit the university’s Coronavirus website for the most current information for the USD community.

 

王者荣耀芈月点点斿USD School of Law is holding a reception and panel discussion commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Women's Right to Vote. 

  • Reception & Panel

    5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
    Reception
    Hosted hors d'oeuvres, beer and wine

    6:30 - 8 p.m.
    Panel Discussion

    王者荣耀芈月点点斿This event is open to the public, USD faculty/administrators, and all undergraduate, graduate, and law students.

    Moderator

    Professor Miranda McGowan
    王者荣耀芈月点点斿USD School of Law

    Panelists


    39th District, State of California 

    Hon. Cathy Ann Bencivengo
    U.S. District Court
    Southern District of California


    Deputy Director
    League of Women Voters of California


    Co-Founder & Executive Director
    王者荣耀芈月点点斿Initiate Justice

  • Directions & Parking Information

    All vehicles parked on campus are required to display a valid permit Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. USD School of Law’s Office of Alumni Relations is hosting your parking and individuals who register will receive an email with validation instructions. The general instructions are as follows:

    ENTERING CAMPUS & PARKING

    • Enter campus from the west entrance (Marian Way)
    • Turn left at the kiosk guard station into the West Parking Structure
    • You may park in any unreserved space
    • Follow parking validation instructions sent by email

    GETTING FROM WEST PARKING STRUCTURE TO JOAN B. KROC INSTITUTE FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE (IPJ)

    • A tram runs from the West Parking Structure to IPJ every 10-15 minutes
    • IPJ is a .03 mile uphill walk from the West Parking Structure and takes approximately 7 minutes
  • MCLE: Materials & Suggested Readings

    USD School of Law is a State Bar of California-approved provider of MCLE credit and certifies that this activity is approved for 1 hour of general credit.

    Summary
    On the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment, it can be difficult to imagine that the road to women’s suffrage in the United States was actually quite long and circuitous. As in current day social movements, suffragists employed a number of different strategies in their fight to make American women’s right to vote the law of the land. As far back as the 1860s, women’s suffragists even opposed passage of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments because the Reconstruction Amendments placed the word “male” in the Constitution for the first time, in extending the vote only to African American men. Later, the movement attempted a state-by-state approach, fighting for inclusion of women’s voting rights in state constitutions. Another approach, a legal strategy known as “the New Departure,” brought the issue to the courts. Women voted illegally and then turned to the court with the argument that citizenship itself conferred a right to vote on both women and men. Yet in 1874, in Minor v. Happersett, the Supreme Court held that the privileges of citizenship did not include the right to vote, setting back women’s suffrage for many years. Finally, the suffrage movement turned to the passage of a Constitutional amendment, with a legislative fight that spanned decades. Even after the amendment passed, opponents fought its ratification until the Supreme Court held in Leser v. Garnett that the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution had, in fact, been constitutionally established.

    Books
    Jean H. Baker, ed.  (Oxford University Press 2002)
    Copley Internet JK1896.V67 2002eb (USD users only)

    Elaine Weiss,  (Viking 2018)
    王者荣耀芈月点点斿CL Book Stacks, JK1896.W45 2018

    J.D. Zahniser and Amelia R. Fry, Alice Paul: Claiming Power 王者荣耀芈月点点斿(Oxford, 2014/2019)

     

    Articles
    Jack M. Balkin, 39 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 27 (2003).

    Sandra Day O’Connor, , 49 Vanderbilt L. Rev. 657 (1996).

    Nancy Gertner & Gail Heriot. 

    Reva B. Siegel, 王者荣耀芈月点点斿11 Harvard L. Rev 947 (2002).

    Adam Winkler,  王者荣耀芈月点点斿76 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1456 (2001).

    Passage of the Nineteenth Amendment
    Congressional Voting 1878-1919

    • (1887) (failing to pass S. Res. 5 in the Senate by a vote of 16 ayes-34 no)
    • (1914) (failing to pass S.J. Res. 1 in the Senate by a vote of 35 ayes-34 no.  Approval required two-thirds of the senators present and voting).
    • (1918) (passing H.R.J. Res. 200 in the House by a vote of 274 ayes-136 no).
    • (1918) (failing to pass H.R.J. Res. 200, falling two votes short, 53 ayes-31 no).
    • (1919) (passing H.R.J. Res. 1 in the House by a vote of 304 ayes-90 no)
    • (1919) (passing H.R.J. Res. 1 in the Senate on by a vote of 56 ayes-25 no)

    • Only the third president to address the U.S. Senate in the Senate Chamber, Woodrow Wilson, a converted suffragist, plead with senators to immediately pass the Susan B. Anthony Amendment on Sept. 30, 1918.

    Approval and Ratification

    • On June 4, 1919, the 19th Amendment was approved by Congress,
    • On August 26, 1920, after the ratification of Tennessee, Secretary of State Bainbridge Colby certified that the 19th Amendment had become a part of the Constitution.

    Cases

    • , 88 U.S. 162 (1874) – Supreme Court ruled the 14th Amendment did not give women a right to vote as a privilege of citizenship.
    • , 258 U.S. 130 (1922) - After a suit was brought to nullify its ratification, the Supreme Court of the United States held that the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution had been constitutionally established.
  • Bergman Memorial Lecture on Women, Children and Human Rights

    The Jane Ellen Bergman Memorial Lecture Series on Women, Children and Human Rights is the result of a gift from Dr. Barbara Yates, a longtime professor at the University of Illinois and a friend of the late Bergman. According to Dr. Yates, Bergman was “an ordinary citizen who chose to devote her professional life to public service. As a nursing administrator, public health educator, and family therapist, she developed an abiding interest in the human rights of common people, especially the plight of women and children, in a rapidly changing world.” This series is a lasting tribute to Bergman and an opportunity for USD students, faculty/administrators, and community members to hear distinguished lecturers discuss issues concerning women, children, and human rights.

  • Thank You to Our Partners
  • ABA 19th Amendment Traveling Exhibit

    USD School of Law is hosting the American Bar Association's (ABA) 19th Amendment Traveling Exhibit - 100 Years After the 19th Amendment: Their Legacy, and Our Future. In honor of the anniversary, the ABA's Standing Committee on the Law Library of Congress exhibit tracing the movement that not only secured passage of the 19th Amendment, but also its influence on subsequent movements related to equal rights. 

    ABA

    王者荣耀芈月点点斿The 19th Amendment exhibit features archival images and artifacts, mainly from the Library of Congress, and details the story of the battle for ratification, its catalyst role in promoting democracy, and the challenges

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
    Information for the USD community related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is available on the COVID-19 website.

This event is open to the public

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