West Virginia Public Broadcasting will feature 100 Years: A Celebration of Women’s Suffrage, daily two-minute remembrances.

2020 marks 100 years since women in the United States earned the right to vote. The fight for the 19th Amendment followed more than 70 years of struggle that included everything from marches and protests to beatings, hunger strikes and force feeding.

The Kanawha Valley Chapter of the National Organization for Women, with support from the West Virginia Humanities Council present a Centennial Celebration of Women’s Suffrage. Tuesdays and Thursdays in February and March, West Virginia Public Broadcasting will feature 100 Years: A Celebration of Women’s Suffrage, daily two-minute remembrances of the fight for voting rights. Listen weekday mornings at 6:42 a.m., and afternoons at 4:49 p.m. on West Virginia Public Broadcasting. Episodes also will be available on wvpublic.org. Narrated by author and storyteller Colleen Anderson, each episode features the music of Geraldine Dobyns (Possum Rag).