Women's Rights

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  • There was a time when women were homemakers and bread bakers, but never providers or rule breakers.
  • Her job was in the household soley, she provided no income because working was "for men only."
  • But it in 1848 at Seneca Hall, Women heard a revolution call.
  • Here they read "The Declaration of Sentiments," They read it loud for America's betterment.
  • Declaration of Sentiments
  • Susan B Anthony and and Elizabeth Stanton worked through the night, To form the Association of American Equal Rights
  • And while women did not get their rights right away, this is how they gained the rights they have today.
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