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THE FEMINIST MOVEMENT English 3 13 March 2000 The Feminist Movement Introduction ISummer of 1848 AThe meeting held for womens rights 1Seneca Falls Methodist Chapel B300 people attended 1They made a Declaration on Sentiments a Friday July 20 1848 2 IIElizabeth Cady Stanton AHow she established meeting for women 1Who else took part in movement BWhat they decided to do 1 How the movement started 2Protests IIICongress passes the amendment AWomen take men s place working 1because of WW1 2Women join the military BSix reasons women should vote 1How Wilson changes his mind 2Successful Amendment Conclusion 1 The Womens Rights Movement Imagine women would have never gained their right to vote Imagine women were forced to stay home while the men worked and we were never heard and never had any privileges Well this is why the feminist movement was started and lead to the nineteenth amendment The feminist movement was an event that started in the summer of 1848 and till this day women are still claiming that they didnt have enough power in society The feminist movement changed the way society viewed womans roles On a summer day at the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Seneca falls about three hundred or more men and women stood there for several hours to hear speeches about womens rights This was the first time a large amount of people met to make equal rights a priority for women Therefore a group passed a Declaration of Sentiments on Friday July 20 1848 At the time married women living in the region lost their property rights and werent able to enter into contracts sue in 2 court or even owns their own business This led to the 19th amendment which was passed on August 26 1920 This particular amendment gave American women the
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