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Young French feminists demonstrate with the posters that state "French Women want to vote."
In 1893, women in New Zealand won the right to vote after years of campaigning.
In many countries, women of color and indigenous women didn't win suffrage until decades after white women.
Saudi Arabia is the most recent country in which women have won the right to vote, in 2015.
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