Women's Suffrage Movement NZ

Women's Suffrage Movement NZ

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  • Protests
  • Kate Sheppard
  • Protests around the World
  • Women protested against their treatment and rights, demanding a change.
  • Camellia Flowers
  • Kate Sheppard was a member of the women's suffrage movement in New Zealand and was an active member of various religious and charity organisations.
  • Role of Women in the 1800's
  • The protests of other women around the world were more violent than in New Zealand, going on hunger strikes, and breaking glass windows.
  • Women's Rights
  • White camellia flowers were given to the members of Parliament that supported the Women's Suffrage Movement, while people who didn't support the movement received red camellias.
  • Women were expected to stay at home to do housework and raise children. The only work they were allowed to do was work for a religous or charity organisation.
  • Women were allowed to vote in New Zealand in 1893.
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