The Guardian’s special projects editor, Francesca Panetta, outlines how we created an innovative multimedia guide to the first world war
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In 1971, Congress declared August 26th — the day in 1920 on which the 19th amendment, which gave American women the right to vote, was certified as law —
Summer to me means three things: heat, hemlines and hard hats. It’s the time of year when I can parade around in a skimpy dress with strategic cutouts that would make my mom wince.
The Exeter-based athlete has put in years of training to finally achieve a major title. And to her own surprise, victory has come when she’s least expected it.
Tuesday, Aug. 26, is Women’s Equality Day, when we celebrate the 94th anniversary of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote.
Parliamentary candidates from the three main UK political parties as well as the Greens and Ukip share their thoughts on whether letting only woman stand in some seats can help redress the gender imbalance in Westminster Interactive: does…
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