How Did Susan B Anthony Fight For The Women's Rights Movement

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Gavon Le
History 10
March 7, 2023
The Fight for Women’s Rights The women’s rights movement began in the 1840s. During this time, many women fought for equality between them and men. Some important figures included Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, and Lucretia Mott. These women were a pivotal of the women’s suffrage. Their contributions land the ground work for the future years where the movement would continue. One of the more influential women of the movement was Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was an author and a lead philosopher for the women’s suffrage. She was born on November 12, 1815, in Johnstown, New York. While growing up, she was given an education superior to normal education. With this advanced knowledge, she created the first demand for the women’s suffrage in the 1840s. Starting off, she held many meeting discussing the topic of women’s rights. She would then become a member of Women’s Loyal National League where she became a more active part in the suffrage. Next, she helped form campaigns for the support of the suffrage. While forming events, she would work with Susan B. Anthony. Together they …show more content…

Anthony. Susan B. Anthony was a Quaker born on February 15, 1820, in Adams, Massachusetts. She was an an American social reformer for th abolitionist movement and the women’s suffrage movement. Since she didn’t have a real profession, she was able to become a more well known person that most other activists. At the age of 17 she would support abolition by collecting petitions supporting it. Later, she and Elizabeth Cady Stanton would meet each other and lead the women’s suffrage movement. Together they would travel the United States and give speeches in support of women’s rights and other movements at the time. In her speeches she would talk about her want for equal pay and for equal work between men and women. Eventually she would later past away on March 13,

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