Equal Rights for Women Reformation
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This is completely unfair! We should be allowed to have our own voices heard in that convention. We need to do something!
How rude of him to treat a women like that!
Come on Margaret move faster!!
Forgive me but I'm carrying your baby!
Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton both met eachother at an anti-slavery convention in London, England. They weren't allowed to speak at this convention and had to sit away from the men on a balcony.
Seneca Falls Convention July 19, 1848
The Grimke sisters, Angelina and Sarah, started to see the unfair treatment that women faced from men. They argued the question: What difference is there between slaves and women?
Well, children, where there is so much racket there must be something out of kilter...
Pursuing to be a doctor Elizabeth Blackwell studied science, mathematics, and history in school. Yet, 29 medical schools declined her. In 1849 Elizabeth Blackwell graduated at the top of her classes. She is well known for being the first female doctor.
Mott and Stanton organized a convention held in New York. There about 300 people showed up to listen in about women's unequal rights. At that convention is where the Declaration of Sentiments was created. This was signed by 68 women and 32 men.
Sojourner Truth is greatly remembered for her inspiring speech "Ain't I a Woman". After giving her speech she decided to become an active campaigner in the movement.
Because of the positive effects of the Equal Rights for Women Reformation women of different races are allowed to attend schools of their choice. Women are also allowed to play sports of their choosing without restrictions.
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