“Generation Z is open-minded and adaptable, not a group known for fixed opinions or inflexibility.” Gen Z is so accepting of other groups of people that peace on earth is inevitable. But Gen Z isn’t yet in control of everything. The older generations, those who are just getting used to the internet and social media, are still in charge. They are still not used to getting friendly with those who are far away from
Women started building schools for women with a little help from their father for money. More women were inspired to learn and write. More colleges were built. Women got the same amount of education men had. Women expanded this idea to younger women and built schools for them.
Women’s movements were also fighting for equal rights in the legal aspect and legislative organization. After arduous struggles, a few women obtained the right of political participation, increased the number of women members of the Congress of the United States, American women gradually became a powerful force, which marked the political changing role of women in American society after World War II. Improving the political status of women promoted the changing role of women in American society after World War II. As for women 's economic status, female vocational institutions happened great changes, many women were involved in a male dominated field of work , such as accountants, engineers, doctors, drivers, and so on. Women also demanded equal pay for equal work rights and benefits since the end of World War
Since women could work by themselves, they seldom went back home. Women were much more than just staying home with their kids and doing house work. They become independent both financially and literally (Women’s Role in the 1920s). By the 1920's and 1930's, greater access to education and continued economic prosperity allowed many middle-class women to take roles as teachers, secretaries and temporary office workers (Women's Lifestyles in the 1920s & '30s). In a word, all the works that women did built up their new standard and changed others’ point of
The issue of women’s rights and how different societies and cultures deal with it had been on the table for many centuries. In the United States of America during the 1800s, women began to move toward and demand getting equal rights as men, they decided to speak up and fight for their stolen rights. In the 1960s, continued working toward their goal, women broadened their activities through the women’s rights movement which aimed to help them in gaining their right to receive education, occupy the same jobs that were once titled only for men, and get an access to leadership positions. The women’s rights movement has a great impact on women today, although it started a long time ago, but it did not stop and women are reaping their fruit today,
Some women abandoned the traditional, and followed the new women’s rebellion. Women wanted to obtain college degrees, they wanted to do something different for themselves. The new woman was characterized for their free spirit, and way to think. The new women came to be defined as a
A combination of economic and political transformations took place in Europe and all over the world between 1750 and 1914, this changed the lives of women everywhere. After the several attempts to bring equality to women, they finally achieved their goals. Women accomplished this in several different ways, using different tactics and strategies, of course they was a always a struggle as men felt superior to women, but the women fought and obtained their long-awaited-for equal rights. Women demanded equality, so no matter how far they had to take the suffrage movements, they would cross their limits. With political and economic dominance came control in cultural and artistic areas as well.
The NOW assisted women on finding legal assistance to help them battle workplace discrimination in court and lobbied in Congress in favor of pro-equality laws. The feminist movement turned out to be a great success, many women acquired new jobs thanks to the economic boom that ended up forcing employers to accept women in jobs, since there were not enough men to occupy them. The movement was also incredibly organized since many of the women were also involved in the Civil Rights movement and they had acquired organizational