Women's RIghts

Women's RIghts

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  • 1851, a women's rights meeting. Sojourner Truth, a former slave, argues against the idea of women being weak.
  • Ain't I a woman?
  • 11 years before that.  An 1840 Anti-Slave convention.
  • What?!
  • This is ridiculous. We have to do something!
  • Welcome to the convention, ladies! Women can sit behind that curtain, and you aren't allowed to speak.
  • Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton decide it's time to fight for women's rights.
  • My name is Elizabeth Blackwell. I want to become a doctor, but I've been rejected from 29 medical schools because I'm a woman!
  • No problem!
  • Join our movement and you'll be a doctor in no time!
  • The women, led by Mott and Stanton, would march through the streets, give speeches, and lead peaceful protests.
  • We want equal rights!
  • Give us the right to vote!
  • I became a doctor, and opened up my own medical school to train other women to become doctors!
  • All of their hard work eventually paid off, and women were getting more and more freedom!
  • Nowadays, things are different. Women can own property, vote, run a business, and much more!
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