100 Years of Montana Women Voting — Then and Now with Diane Sands


Daine Sands

In this hour of In Other Words, Amy Cilimburg speaks with historian, public servant, candidate for the State Senate, and long-time Missoula resident and advocate Diane Sands.

It is the 100 year anniversary of women gaining the right to vote in Montana, and Diane helps us understand how we got there, where we are today and why it’s important to vote this Tuesday, November 4.

This show originally aired on October 28, 2014 on Montana Public Radio.


One response »

  1. As I listen to this radio show, I (wren Cilimburg’s grandmother), wonder how my paternal grandmother felt when she was not allowed to vote. I so regret not having these kinds of conversations with her.

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