Brief Women's Rights Movement

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  • 1848 to 1998
  • We have power over you whether you like it or not
  • not fair..
  • Women VS Men
  • Protests began..
  • A woman's choice is a woman's voice!
  • WOMEN + RIGHT TO VOTE
  • CONSTITUTIONAL EQUALITY NOW !
  • WOMEN ARE PEOPLE TOO
  • White men were extended to more power during this time period over women. But as this happened many American women began to question the lifestyle that was planned and set out for them.
  • Government VS Women
  • WOMEN'S LIBERATION
  • Women were denied the right to vote, married women weren't allowed property rights, most occupations were closed to women and when women did work they were paid only a fraction of what men earned, and etc.
  • Some years later..
  • Many women including Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott and some men gathered in Seneca falls, NY. They protested for issues such as reproductive rights, domestic violence, maternity leave, equal pay, women's suffrage, sexual harassment, and sexual violence, all which fall under the label "feminism".
  • The end..
  • The fight for equality continued on, it had even turned violent down in Pennsylvania Avenue.
  • ...
  • At the start of 1920 and so forth, women were granted some of the many things they were protesting for.
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