Civil Rights and Women's Rights
By: Callie Studer And Lexi Heuton
Jim Crow Laws
Wanting More Votes
Seneca Falls Convention: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott organized it. 250 men and woman attended. They discussed Woman's Rights. People narrowed it down to twelve rights they wanted. The ninth one was the Right to Vote.
Suffrage: is the right to vote
Suffragist: A person who works to extend the right to vote to those who do not currently have it.
Leaders and Activist
Mary McLeod: She loved education. She thought education was the best way to achieve racial equality.
Booker T. Washington: He grew up poor. He was a slave.Plus he believed education was a better life.
W.D.B Du Bois: She grew up in the north. She went to collage.