Nearly 70 years after Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton held the first women's rights convention in Seneca Falls women won the right to vote. Let's take a closer look.
"It's so great to know that us women can vote without having to worry it will be taken away," Maya Goodall says, "or worrying it will be taken from our kids." Maya looks down at her baby. "Yeah, did you know we won our right to vote in 1920?" Amanda George asks Maya. "No, I didn't." Maya responds. "Mommy, can I vote too?" Amanda's six year old daughter, Lily asks her. "No goofy, you have to be 18 to vote!" Amanda explains as she stands up to go to the voting booth. "Bye!" The women say.