This is Elizabeth Cady Stanton the left and Lucretia Mott on the right. These two women's rights activists were the first people to host a women's rights convention. (1848)
We have have rights to!
Let us Vote!
Let's stand up to the government and hold the first ever women's rights convention.
Everybody come to our women's rights convention it will be held in Seneca Falls New York.
We are here to discuss why women should have religious, social and our civil rights.
This was the first women's rights convention. Only about 300 people showed up. As more conventions happened more people showed up
I am glad that all of you ladies showed up and wanted to say that men have the right to imprison their wife yet we can't be trusted anywhere but the house! we need a chance to prove we are great and capable.
We agree! Let's stand up, we have a right to protest!
The second day they invited men and spoke similar to the first day. After July 20th, these two ladies protest and witnessed many more emotional contraventions.