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human heritage book
Updated: 4/23/2019
human heritage book
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  • You know how we were learning about womens rights the other day in class? What if the womens rights movement never happened? Our lives would be so different.
  • In the mid 1800's women weren't allowed to own property, vote, or work. They were expected to take care of their homes and children.
  • Mom, why does dad get to go to work but you don't?
  • Because women aren't allowed to own or work on land. 
  • What was the Seneca Falls Convention again?
  • It was a meeting that took place on July 18th and 19th in 1848 that discussed the social, civil and religious condition and rights of women. 
  • Thank god that the Women's Rights Movement happened. 
  • Don't forget, the Women's Rights Movements is still ongoing. 
  • Susan B Anthony
  • It's time we fight for Women's equality!!!!
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton
  • Seneca Falls Convention
  • Declaration of Sentiments
  • We are fighting for the right to vote! Divorce rights! The right to have a job and work on your own property!
  • Women may have gained the right to vote and work, but these are far from equal to men. 
  • Citations: “Stepping Through History.” U.S. News & World Report, U.S. News & World Report, www.usnews.com/news/the-report/articles/2017-01-20 /timeline-the-womens-rights-movement-in-the-us. “The Women's Rights Movement: A Timeline of Significant Events.” Post and Courier, 5 Mar. 2009, www.postandcourier.com/features/the-women-s- rights-movement-a-timeline-of-significant-events/article_ 367b5ed7-f1e4-5344-8d5f-7b1d803caf5c.html.
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