The Progressive Er The Journey Of Women's Rights

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The Journey of Women’s Rights You may wonder, what are women's rights? Women's rights are rights that promote a position of legal and social equality of women and men. In the past and even in the present women have struggled with equality. This could be with religion, race, gender, and color. Although there are many ways women have been discriminated against, there are four main topics that I would like to talk about. The first topic is the Seneca Falls Convention. The second topic is the nineteenth amendment act. The third topic is about how fighting for women's rights is important. The fourth topic is about the progressive Era. Even after all these years women are still fighting for equal rights. First, I would like to talk about the Seneca …show more content…

The Progressive Era was where there were issues with labor rights,women's suffrage, and economic reform. The main point I will be talking about is women's suffrage. The progressive era helped show how badly women were getting treated. The women were fighting for the end of child labor, and workplace safety. Throughout the progressive era there was a war. This war was called World War One. With the war and the progressive era there was a lot of chaos.Although there were a lot of negative effects there were also some positives. During the progressive era women finally got rights to own property. This was good because women could finally have a say in what they could own. The progressive Era relates to society today because of the amount of chaos that happened during that time. It shows how much people or women actually care about the …show more content…

One reason why fighting for women's rights is important is because it helps make the world a better place. For instance when everyones equal there is less democracy. When everyone's equal everyone is happier. There is less to worry about. Women don’t have to worry about getting treated unfairly. Another reason why is because it shows that women are worth more than being a stay at home mom or a wife. When you fight for women's rights it shows that women have just as much power as men do. They can do the same things that men do. This could be with sports, work, etc. One more reason why fighting for women's rights is important is because it shows that we should stop stereotyping. Just because you are a woman doesn't mean you can’t do the same things as men. A reason why this is important in today's society is because women are still struggling with comparison and

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