The main characters in this story are the Jorgenson's and the Norman's. The central conflict in the story is how women are treated during the war. In the first Cell, we are introduced to a wartime era and women are treated unfairly and poorly. The second and third cell show the rising action and tension of these actions. In the fourth and fifth cells, the story goes into the climax. Their aunt was imprisoned for protesting her opinion as a woman. . In the fifth slide, her aunt is released from prison and makes a speech about how women should not go unspoken and unheard about their opinions. In the sixth cell, The Jorgenson's daughter is leaving for Washington to end women's suffrage.
"You'd better straighten out your mind, Young Lady"
Don't worry about what Mr. Sanders has to say- But there will be other people in the world like him.
"I should have been valedictorian"
"They have imprisoned your aunt from voicing her opinion"
"They've tried to silence us by every means they know of---our voices are still stron.g"
I walk to the train station after waving goodbye to my family. I picked up my suitcase and headed to find my place