The National Votes for Women Trail unveiled its first of four suffrage marker in Washington, DC. The NVWT is a collaboration between the National Collaborative of Women’s History Sites and the William G. Pomeroy Foundation to commemorate the centennial of the suffrage movement with a virtual and physical trail of markers nationwide identifying local and regional suffrage activities and activists. Bethel Dukes president Ida Jones serves as the DC State Coordinator.

The Burroughs marker is at 128 M Street, NW the site of the original Dunbar High School.

Burroughs graduated from M Street School with honors in 1896.

The picture includes Bethel Dukes members along with the Nannie Helen Burroughs project members.