California Women Win the Vote!
In August 1920, the 19th Amendment was ratified, giving women throughout the U.S. the right to vote. But California women actually achieved that historic milestone almost nine years earlier. On October 10, 1911, California became the sixth state where women could vote equally with men. California Women Win the Vote shares the dramatic and powerful story of the Golden State women who made it happen
Sunday Stories celebrates the people and places across our region and their fascinating, impactful, and fun stories. Discover the artists, educators, entrepreneurs, decision makers, and inspired individuals making a positive difference in our communities. Explore our shared history, our cultural diversity, and unique places to visit.
Sunday Stories Episodes
S2020 Ep16 | 56m 46s
Student-run aquarium, motorcycle repair shop, hospice for the homeless, art and wellness.
S2020 Ep15 | 56m 46s
Lake Tahoe Fire Academy, Thai Basil, Mercy Pedalers, TEAMride, Ladies to the Rescue.
S2020 Ep14 | 56m 46s
The skill of being happy, NAACP President Betty Williams, Student Voices Campaign.
S2020 Ep13 | 56m 46s
Oak Park’s Mother Rose. Napa Valley College wine career training. Unsung Heroes History.
S2020 Ep12 | 56m 46s
Marine Mammal Center. African American Expressions. Equine and ranch management degree.
S2020 Ep11 | 56m 46s
Raptor Center. Farm of the Future. Anti-bullying. Strum Shop. Dr. Elena Siegel.
S2020 Ep10 | 56m 46s
Dual-language immersion. Soccer cleats with purpose. Community art and law enforcement.
Sunday Stories Extras
On October 10, 1911, California became the sixth state where women could vote.
Join a Sacramento resident as she explores her family's place in American history.
Follow Sacramento choir Reconciliation Singers: Voices of Peace as singers prepare concerts in support of the area’s first hospice facility for the homeless.
The experiences of Mexican-Americans during the Second World War.
Local Stories from PBS KVIE
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