Better Days 2020: Call for Volunteer Ambassadors

By November 26, 2019

Better Days 2020 is looking for volunteer ambassadors to help share suffrage history at community events throughout Utah in the next year.

2020 will mark the 150th anniversary of Utah women’s first votes, the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment, and the 55th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act. Better Days 2020 is a non-profit founded to commemorate these voting rights anniversaries in Utah. They’re working statewide to raise the profile of women in Utah’s history through education, public art, and events.

You can get involved by giving presentations, sharing information at a booth or table, or volunteering at events. To become a volunteer ambassador, check out the online training and sign up here to indicate your interest and availability. Better Days 2020 will send you a t-shirt and other materials when you schedule your first event!

Find more details about becoming a Better Days ambassador here. If have any questions or know of any groups interested in hosting a presentation on Utah’s suffrage history, please contact Katherine Kitterman, Better Days 2020 historical director, at katherine (at) betterdays2020 (dot) org.

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