Alice Paul and the 19th Amendment

The person who changed the world for women everywhere

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Alice Paul

Woman in the National Women's Party.

Part of the Silent Sentinels.

Forced fed many times in jail.

Used Protests and actions to get what she wanted.

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Susan B Anthony

Some may say that Susan B. Anthony was most important in women's suffrage because of her speeches and campaigns, but Alice Paul’s protests and actions convinced the president to pass the amendment.The 19th Amendment is called the Susan B. Anthony Amendment because Susan drafted it, but Alice’s actions are what really made the Amendment happen. When Susan was alive, the president wasn't going to pass the Amendment, but Alice convinced him.
Alice Paul presented by The Alice Paul Institute