- America is still being shaped through discrimination but is targeted at different people
- We are changing our way of thinking and are now becoming a better nation
- Some people still don't believe everyone is equal
- Those people discriminate against women too
- They think that just because they are not like men then they are inferior to them
Discrimination in america now
Why people Judge people they do not know
Susan B. Anthony wrote the Women Suffrage Amendment was finally passed in 1919. She got it passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate in 1878. Aug. 26,1920 the 19th Amendment was passed allowing women the right to vote. Women were fighting for years to get this passed and it finally did. Many women who wanted this passed from the start were not there to see it through.
- 1921: Margaret Sanger creates American Birth Control Organization
- January 5th, 1925: Nellie Tayloe Ross became the first woman to be elected as Governor in the U.S.
- August 6 1926: Gertrude Ederle became the first woman to swim the English Channel
- December 1st 1955: Rosa Parks kicked off the Civil Rights Movement by being arrested in Alabama
How women are treated differently than men in America
How women are treated differently than men in the world
Key women fighting for Women's rights in the world today
Hillary Clinton: Wants to become first female president of the United States of America. She believes that gender equality is important to the success of the country.
Gloria Feldt: :Founder of Take the Lead. Take the Lead is an organization that encourages women to take their equal share of the world. They want them to take what is rightfully theirs.
Women discrimination connection to Make Lemonade
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