SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Several Sacramento landmarks will be lit purple and gold on Wednesday night to honor the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote.
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The buildings that will be lit up include Memorial Auditorium, the bridge at Sacramento City College, Capitol Mall and the Richards Boulevard underpass.MORE NEWS: Teen Reported Missing On American River In Rancho Cordova
Sacramentans are being urged to snap a photo in front of the Memorial Auditorium and share it on social media to commemorate the day.