How Did Susan B Anthony Influence The Women's Rights Movement

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Susan Brownell Anthony started feeling in justice when she was a child and as long as she was teaching, she became active in temperance. Women at that time were not allowed to participate in rallies, that’s why Susan B. Anthony in the company of Elizabeth Cady Stanton joined the Women’s Rights Movement trying to give equal rights and also the right to vote to women. But what did Susan B. Anthony go through in order to make this happen?

Susan B. Anthony was born on February 15, 1820 in Adams, Massachusetts and died on March 13, 1906 in Rochester, New York. Her parents was Daniel and Lucy Read Anthony. Her father was religious. He taught Susan B. Anthony and her brothers to help others with love. After Susan’s father
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She started teaching at Eunice Kenyon’s Quaker boarding school. She also was the speaker of The National American Woman Suffrage Association. This woman worked on social causes her whole life such as ending slavery, this action was called the abolitionist movement, this was a movement that ended slavery in the United States in which believed that “all men are equal”. Susan B. Anthony made an impact in the woman suffrage movement. Susan B. Anthony never believed in marriage, she believed that no man deserve her time. That’s why she never got married and never had any kids, she was focused on making a change for all women. Susan B. Anthony believed that women were strong, she believed that women deserved a change in society and that they could do everything that men do. Susan B. Anthony made an impact in the woman suffrage movement, making more females follow her in the movement. As I mentioned before, Susan B. Anthony worked for social issues for example in the Anti-Slavery conference in where she met Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a leader of the Woman’s Rights movement and also wrote the declaration of…show more content…
After the civil war, the main concern of Susan B. Anthony was the women’s rights, the main focus was to give them the same equality that men had in that time. Susan and Elizabeth met at the Seneca Fall Convention, this was the first woman’s rights convention held in the United States. This convention was held by Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton and after that convention the main focus of the movement was “The duty of the women of this country to secure to themselves the sacred right to the elective franchise”. Then, they formed another association called The National Woman Suffrage Association in 1869 in which later on they started working with another group called American Woman Suffrage Association where after, these two groups worked together to get the votes for all women and also to enforce the sixteen amendment for inequality between women and men. Another group formed to get the vote for women was The American Woman Suffrage Association but this group only focused on the rights to vote and after noticing that both groups had the same goal, they decided to become together and therefore make only one group called “The National Woman Suffrage Association”. They did meetings and speeches throughout different places and also used newspapers to make this movement notable and make other people to hear them. One of her speeches was “On Women’s Right to vote” (1820-1906) in
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