100 years after suffrage march, activists walk in tradition of Inez Milholland

Lonnae O’Neal Parker writes at The Washington Post: “At the 100th anniversary of Washington’s Women’s Suffrage Parade on Sunday, participants will march in the bold tradition of suffragette Inez Milholland — even if they, and most of America, have never heard of her. Of all the images and people invoked during this centennial celebration, perhaps the least remembered is the one woman said to have died for the cause.”