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Woman are people too!
EQUALITY TO VOTE
Jane McCallum first, learned as much as she could about the topic, some of which infuriated her. She decided to take action in her thoughts. She discussed this problem with her family, peers, and anyone else she could.
Jane joined the Women's Suffrage Association. She worked tirelessly informing people, trying to get the to join the movement. On October 22, 1915, she was elected president.
During her time as president, she formed protests, even ging out of state. She give several speeches and wrote countless articles on the topic.
The amendment was passed by Congress on June, 1919 and it was ratified on August 18, 1920. Jane has completed her goal but she did not stop there.
She later focused on political reforms and was state publicity chairman of the Education Amendment to the Texas which was approved in November 1920.
After all Jane's efforts, including also being appointed secretary of state in January 1927, she has truly inspired us. Sadly, she passed away on August 14, 1957. Even though I never met her, I can see the impact she had on the women in my family considering how strong and driven they are.
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