Women's Rights

Women's Rights

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  • I'm going to work!
  • Alright! I'll be here... taking care of our son all day...
  • What do you mean I can't vote?!
  • How come men have the right to vote and women don't?! You'll see... women will be allowed one day...
  • No woman is allowed to vote, only men have the right to vote.
  • Finally! We are able to work for our families!
  • In the early 19th century, the role of women was to stay at home, be subordinate to her husband, and take care of her children.
  • Elijah! Come and eat your breakfast! I have to go to work!
  • I'm coming! I'm coming!
  • Women could not vote or retain their property when they were married.
  • WAIT! Who's going to watch over Elijah?!
  • I'm off to Seneca Falls! I'll be back soon!
  • It was not until women were accepted into the work force when they started to feel empowered.
  • From this convention we have successfully created the Declaration of Sentiments...
  • ... which says how we are tired of the way that we are treated, and demand social status and legal rights for women... including the right to vote!
  • Now, women not only had to work in factories, but take care of their children.
  • Women were tired of being looked down upon, and therefore feminists met at Seneca Falls for a Women's Rights Convention.
  • At the Seneca Falls Convention, led by Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the Declaration of Sentiments was created. This document demanded social status and legal rights for women, including the right to vote
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