Let us have the rights we deserve” (Alice Paul). When the President first went into office, he did not support women's suffrage. By asking the President how long women must wait, Alice Paul refers to the the seventy years that women have fought for suffrage. Alice Paul makes a connection between liberty and suffrage, which keeps her motivated to fight for her right to vote. When Alice Paul asks the President for liberty, she asks for the right to
Elizabeth gave a speech titled “The Destructive Male” at a women’s rights convention in Washington D.C. in 1868. This speech was delivered 20 years after her first, but you can still hear the same frustration and anger in her words. In this speech, she argues that men have a history of being selfish, angry and war-loving, therefore being destructive. She believes that women could help bring more peace into the world, “for woman knows
People in the middle east react when women 's rights were limited when girls of nine year old to be forced to marry with older men and more than 400 schools were destroyed, some people were killed other reaction is that in some countries women have to comply with rules like walking masked and wear head scarves. on document 6 talk about any reaction that happened: ¨Girls stopped from going to school.¨ Some people supported women 's Rights on document #2 afghan men was supporting women wearing headscarves International Women 's Day to let you know they are not alone and there are many who are with them supporting them, and most surprising is that they are men who are supporting them because they are the same that make the rules
Student's Name Professor's Name Course Date Women Voting Rights The speeches delivered by Susan B Anthony and candy Stanton represent a nation that has no universal rules and that which discriminate against women. Anthony and Stanton set up the American equal rights association in 1868 which sought to bring equality for the men and women. The women were instrumental in fighting for the female’s voting rights which took place in 1920 after the 19th amendment to the US constitution. The two great women helped fight for the suffrage of the women in The United States. Anthony's speech reveals the extent of male chauvinism and the degree to which women's role has been relegated to the homes.
Women used many different methods to earn the right to vote in the Women’s Suffrage Movement. One method women used to earn support is that they organized a parade in Washington, D.C., the same day the president was coming into town so that there was large crowds. Many of the people in the crowd were men who, along with drinking also disagreed with the right for women to vote. They began to yell then even throw objects at the women walking in the parade. Eventually, the police walked away giving the men the opportunity to attack.
The women wanted to limit the number of work hours for women. The Women’s Trade Union League pushed for minimum wage and eight hour work days. Along with fair working environments, women also started the Temperance Movement. The Temperance Movement was to try to pass the 18th Amendment, which prohibited the use, sale, transport, and production of alcohol. They did this because, their husbands would spend all of their paychecks on alcohol, and not be able to provide for the family.
Anthony started out by wanting to speak at temperance rallies, but could not because she was a woman (Susan, House). If women could vote in elections, people would start taking them seriously in politics. In 1866, Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who was also part of the equal rights movement, started the American Equal Rights Association. This organization believed that all of
Another method the women used was picket lines. The women went to the White House with picket signs. They stayed from dusk to dawn. The women managed to get Woodrow Wilson’s speeches, and burned them. Because of this, the women were arrested for obstructing traffic.
However, the 15th amendment did not give women the ballot. At this time period, Stanton and Anthony, a leader proponent of women suffrage, formed the National American Woman Suffrage Association to help secure the ballot form state legislation. Paul who organized the National Woman’s Party to hunger workers strikes. After these movements, women finally gain right to vote. The 19th Amendment granted the ballot to American women.