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LWVG, Affiliate High School Clubs Announce Essay Contest Winners

The League of Women Voters of Greenwich and their affiliate high school clubs announced the winners of their recent essay contest for students in grades K-12. This inaugural essay contest celebrates the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment and the founding of the League of Women Voters. The essay prompt — What if women could not vote? — is designed to encourage students to reflect on the many and varied contributions of women in America over the last hundred years, and in the future. read more...

Woman’s Suffrage Centennial Student Essay Contest

The League of Women Voters of Greenwich and their affiliate high school clubs announce an upcoming essay contest for students in grades K-12. This inaugural essay contest celebrates the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment and the founding of the League of Women Voters. The essay prompt – ‘What if women could not vote?’ – is designed to encourage students to reflect on the many and varied contributions of women in America over the last hundred years, and in the future. read more...

LWVG to Host Third Annual Harvard Case Discussion

Why did democratic governance in 1861 break down to the point where the country split in two? Was civil war inevitable or avoidable? These are some of the questions that will be discussed at a Nov. 12 event sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Greenwich, together with the Greenwich Historical Society and the Greenwich High School Social Studies Department. read more...

Getting Young People to Vote is Topic of Presentation

Why don’t young people vote? How do we engage America’s 20 million students as active citizens? The League of Women Voters of Greenwich together with Greenwich Library invites you the community toOvercoming Cynicism and Getting Young People to Vote,” with Soul of a Citizen author Paul Loeb, Tuesday, Sept. 24 at Greenwich Town Hall Meeting Room, 101 Field Point Rd. read more...