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Monday: Oct. 6th ON your desk: ON your desk: Chromebook: We will be adding notes to the PROGRESSIVE ERA notes you started last week. Chromebook: We will be adding notes to the PROGRESSIVE ERA notes you started last week. REMINDER: REMINDER: All late/missing/absent work is due FRIDAY, which is the end of the 1 st quarter! All late/missing/absent work is due FRIDAY, which is the end of the 1 st quarter! HOMEWORK: HOMEWORK: Read article: Women’s Suffrage Movement Summary Read article: Women’s Suffrage Movement Summary Complete the Story Plot Organizer with information from the article Complete the Story Plot Organizer with information from the article
Changes in American life during the Industrial Revolution Division between work and home Division between work and home
Portrayed the ideal woman as: Pious Pure Domestic Submissive Cult of True Womanhood
Mary Wollstonecraft in the 1750s: Equal education Equal voting rights Women's Equality in Britain
Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony met to organize a convention to promote “the social, civil, and religious rights of women.” Often called the “birthplace of feminism.” The Seneca Falls Women’s Rights Convention, 1848
The 14 th Amendment- added “male” to its definition of eligible voters 15 th Amendment- Cannot deny a citizen the right to vote based on "race, color, or previous condition of servitude” Witnessed Amendments
Reaction to 14 th and 15 th Amendments National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) Founded by Anthony and Stanton Founded by Anthony and Stanton Wanted to gain suffrage state by state Wanted to gain suffrage state by state
Some African- American suffragists founded their own separate suffrage associations. Racism created an atmosphere hostile to the participation of black women in the movement Suffrage For All?
Alice Paul (1885-1977), women's suffrage leader Alice Paul and Lucy Burns In 1913, Paul and Burns organized the National Woman’s Party (NWP) NWP The NWP was one of the first groups in the US to use non- violent protest.
Jan. 10, 1917: The NWP “Silent Sentinels” began to picket the White House.
Carrie Chapman Catt and President Wilson In 1918, in the midst of the WWI, the House of Representatives passed the federal suffrage amendment However, the Senate voted it down Women’s Suffrage Passes in the House
After over 70 years of struggling, the 19 th Amendment became law on Aug. 20, 1920 The 19 th Amendment
Suffragists Change Tactics in Fight for Equal Suffrage Transcript
Faces of Iron Jawed Angels Carrie Chapman Catt Carrie Chapman Catt Alice Paul Alice Paul Lucy Burns Lucy Burns Inez Millholland Inez Millholland Woodrow Wilson Woodrow Wilson