Women's Suffrage cartoon

Women's Suffrage cartoon

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  • In the early 19th century, The fight for women's suffrage began. An early example of this is Sarah Grimke. Sarah Grimke published a pamphlet arguing why women should have equal rights.
  • This will show those men that women should have equal rights too!Oh! It's like they don't appreciate anything we do.
  • Sojourner Truth, another women's suffrage activist, was born into slavery. She fought for women's rights and was an abolitionist. She is most famous for her speech in which she talked about how she was treated differently.
  • Ain't I a women!!!
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton played a major role in  the women's rights movement. She organized the first woman's rights convention where she presented the "Declaration of Sentiments"
  • Are we all in favor of signing this?
  • YES!!!
  • Susan B. Anthony like most woman was a woman's rights activist who was really devoted to it. In fact, she was so devoted she voted in a presidential election illegally, and was arrested.
  • Putting me in here won't change anything! I won't stop till we get what women deserve!
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