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Womans Suffrage And Civil Rights

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Jennifer Rivera

on 6 November 2015

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Transcript of Womans Suffrage And Civil Rights

Womans Suffrage And Civil Rights
In
the nineteenth century, w
oman were
limited in any
important
projects/activities.

They couldnt vote, own

property, or sign contracts.

They were considerd property.
They couldnt speak or

express their opinion out in the open.
Womans suffrage movement
Civil RightsMovement
THE BLACKS WERE SEGREGATED AGAINST THE WHITES AND WERE TREATED POORLY
Imporant dates in the civil rights movement
1868, 14th amendment passed
January 1964, 24th amendment passed
July 1964, civil rights act passed
August 6th 1965, voting rights act approved
1954, Brown v.s Board of Education of Topeka decision
1915,Grandfather clause outlawed by Supreme Court
Important people in the civil right movement
Martin Luther King, Jr
Malcolm X
James Chaney
Jackie Robinson
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Marcus Garvey
John F Kennedy
Rosa Parks
Earl Warren
Important people in the Womans Suffrage Movement
Susan B. Anthony
Rosa Parks
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Alice Paul
Important dates in the Womans Sufferage Movement
1850, the first nationals womans rights convention is held in Worcester
1920, the 14th amendment is established
1776-1807, New Yersey grant women to vote in its states constitution.
Similarities
The civil rights movement and the womans suffrage movement were the same because they both werent treated egually and both had few rights but not very good ones. They both werent allowed to vote, both didnt have a say in anything, and were treated poorly.
Differences
The civil rights movement and the womans suffrage movement are different because
even though woman didnt have the right to vote, they still had more rights then the blacks.The blacks were treated poorly by the whites but the woman were treated with no respect and their husands only had a say in owning houses/property, had the right to vote, and ect; but the woman didnt.
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