Alice Paul Civil Rights Movement

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The civil rights movement was an extremely important battle to be won. It was a long and tough road but the people who passionately stood firmly for what they believed in are revered as heroes. They changed the world and even their smallest their efforts did not go unnoticed. Another fight that branded our past is the Woman’s rights to vote. For 100 years women had been battling for their right to vote among other equality rights. Alice Paul was at one point a member of the National American Woman’s Suffrage Association but when fellow members saw her actions to be a bit too radical she left the group and started her own which became known as the National Woman’s Party (Staff). This party organized petitions and protests including a Seven-month
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