Women's Rights

Women's Rights

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  • The colonies adopt the English system decreeing women cannot own property or keep their own earnings.
  • 1769
  • All states pass a law which takes away women's right to vote.
  • 1777
  • We should be allowed a say!
  • No matter our gender we are citizens of the United States!
  • 1848
  • At Seneca Falls, New York, 300 women and men sign the Declaration of Sentiments, a plea for the end of discrimination against women.
  • Susan B. Anthony: votes to test if the 14th Amendment would be interpreted broadly to guarantee women the right to vote; Convicted of "unlawful voting."
  • Let women vote!
  • Victoria Claflin Woodhull: first female presidential candidate in the U.S.
  • 1872
  • Vote for me!
  • Female federal employees are paid equal to men.
  • By this year, every state had passed legislation granting married women the right to keep their own wages and to own property in their own name.
  • 1900
  • The 19th Amendment is passed, ensuring women's right to vote.
  • 1920
  • These are some of my favorite belongings.
  • The Equal Pay Act is passed by Congress, promising equitable wages for the same work, regardless of the race, color, religion, national origin or sex of the worker.
  • 1963
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