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The Declaration of Sentiments
The tea party
People began to take an action to end slavery, especially for African Americans. Some abolitionists went on speaking tours while some wrote newspaper. Many relied on free African Americans to spread literature on ending slavery themselves.
The two woman decided to hole the Declaration of Sentiments . They created a list of all the things that men take away from them some of which were natural rights. They got hundreds of signatures from woman and even men.
When Elizabeth Cady Station and Susan B. Anthony where told they couldn't enter a building where a debate was being held because they were woman that were frustrated. Then they decided woman should have rights and they were going to do something about while they were drinking their tea.
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