Hello everyone, I am Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Welcome to the Seneca Falls Convention of 1848, today we will discussthe importance of equal rights for women.
The Seneca Falls Convention , 1848
A little something about me, I am the first President of the National Woman Suffrage Association, the author of the famous "80 years or more", and also the one who put this convention together.
Who am I kidding, I couldn't do this ALL by myself! Lucretia Mott helped me of course, but that's beside the point because today we have a very special guest...my neighbor, the Amelia Bloomer!!!
Yes hello, I am Amelia Bloomer! I am very excited to inform you about the current movement I'm working on. As you can see, women have a difficult time maneuvering in these restricting skirts we wear, so what I have decided to do is promote the wear of semi-short skirts with these cute little pants underneath for the most practical way of movement.
no lady we're just leaving
That was wonderful Amelia! Thank you so much for sharing your inspirational movement and look now everyone is standing up to join us in the fight to receive women's rights!
Oh! Well, enjoin the rest of your afternoon! Feel free to sign the Declaration of Sentiments on your way out! Each signature will get us one step closer to having the right for women to vote!