WH painted Purple & Gold for women's suffrage

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(27 Aug 2020) The White House and other sights in Washing DC were painted in purple and gold for Women's Equality Day, which marks the centennial of the 19th Amendment which gave women the right to vote in the United States.
For about a week the colors honoring the women's suffrage movement have illuminated the Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument, the headquarters of the National Woman's Party.
The lights resonate with the slogan from the initiative: "Forward through the Darkness, Forward into Light."  
Other major sites in the nations capitol including the White House, the Kennedy Center for the Arts, and various Smithsonian Museums.
An array of lights, a stage and a large seating section was also being set up on the South lawn of the White House in anticipation of President Donald Trump's nomination speech to lead the Republican Party's ticket.

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