Women's Suffrage

Women's Suffrage

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  • In 1800's early showings of fighting for women's suffrage and rights were started. One was Sarah Grimke who, in 1838, finished and published her pamphlett.
  • Yay! I just finished my pamphlet. To show we have rights too! Stupid men!!
  • Letters on The Equality of the Sexes
  • Some even spoke out in front of many against them. Sojourner Truth spoke out in 1827 giving her speech, "Ain't I a Women!" and spoke out for her rights.
  • AIN'T I A WOMEN!!!!!!!
  • I, Susan B Anthony, Stand for all our rights and suffrage. I also stand for abolition ! JOIN ME IN THIS REVOLTION, HELP THE REFORMS
  • Thanks Horace Mann, now that common school exist i can have almost like college level education. And im a girl!!!
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