It is 1848, the first Women's Rights Convention is held at Seneca Falls in New York. Two days later after debate and discussion, 68 women and 32 men signed the Declaration Of Sentiments. This Declaration contained a total of 12 resolutions of women's rights.
The first National Women's Rights Convention is held at Worcester, Mass it attracts over 1,000 participants. National conventions are held yearly through 1860.
Improving Work Conditions
It is 1890 The National Women Suffrage Association and American Women Suffrage Association come together to form National American Woman Suffrage Association. This organization, NAWSA campaigns the voting rights for women.
Why are we being treated unfairly?
This reform movement has impacted today's society. This is because it granted women's rights such as political ones. The right to vote, and property rights. It has also allowed women to run in office.
The National Women's Trade Union League was established to improve wages and working conditions for women.
Susan B. Anthony is known as the leader of the Women's Rights Movement. Susan was also an abolitionist. She went on to work as a teacher. Later on, she joined with Elizabeth Cady Stanton and worked on leading the National American Woman Suffrage Association.