In 1848, we both led a women's right convention in Seneca Falls, Ny. Not only was it for women's right but we also spoke about sufferage, marriage and also property equality. It was also open to both men and women, there were also more organizers.
In 1916, I Alice Paul (in grey) and I Lucy Burns (in purple) led an national women's party. We held several parades in order for our voices to be heard. We learned this strategy from the british.
In the 1920's the 19th amendment was ratified. Which meant that women were finally able to vote, this was a huge success it mean that all the hard work really payed off.