How Black women have continued the fight to vote 100 years after suffrage

      The 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which barred states from considering a voter’s sex in determining eligibility, is commonly credited with expanding the right to vote to women, but the amendment didn’t actually guarantee all women the right to vote. Although the amendment, which was ratified 100 years ago Tuesday, eased the obstacles some women faced at the ballot box, Black women still faced legal barriers. […]