August 26 was #WomensEqualityDay, an event celebrated widely on social media to mark 95 years of gender no longer being a barrier to voting rights—otherwise known as suffrage. There’s just one problem: August 26, 1920 was the day that white women achieved the right to vote in America. For women of color—many of whom were silenced, ignored or racially discriminated against within the early feminist movement—white supremacy still reigned supreme at many ballot boxes; their right to vote was far from achieved.