Equality for Women's Rights

Equality for Women's Rights

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  • These are all fantastic choices!
  • Good morning, today is the beginning of Women's History Month! To celebrate the reform for women equality, we are going to do a reenactment
  • Can I be Frederick Douglas?
  • I hope I can be Elizabeth Cady Stanton!
  • I want to be Sojourner Truth !
  • An hour later...
  • Okay guys, are you ready to do your reenactment for your class?
  • Yeah!
  • Hello, my name is Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and I am one of the most well-known faces of the Women's Rights movement. This reform movement began during 1840 and is still ongoing even today.
  • My name is Sojourner Truth and this reform was started so that women could be treated as an equal to men and be able to do the same things as them including owning land, managing money, going to school and being able to vote.
  • And I am Frederick Douglas, a well known reformer for not only women's rights, but also slavery. The women's right's reform now allows women to have the same opportunities as men, and has helped empower women to become more than what a traditional mindset told them they could be.
  • Women are now allowed to vote, have the same job opportunities as men, control their own money and property, have more divorce rights and overall just be more respected and able to voice their opinions.
  • 1848
  • I hope that someday, we all will be treated equally no matter the gender, color, or social class.
  • What a wonderful world that would be 
  • It is not light that we need, but fire; it is not the gentle shower, but thunder. We need the storm, the whirlwind, and the earthquake - Frederick Douglas
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