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Me, myself and English: "The Suffragettes"

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Me, myself and English: "The Suffragettes"
Women wanted the vote
-19th-20th century,
United
Kingdom

-Women claimed
equality
between men and women.

-After ten years and thanks
to the determination of
some women, they obtained the
universal suffrage.


Firstly : "the suffragists", in peaceful ways
-
1897
, a first group called “the suffragists” tried to obtain the vote for women.

- Peaceful movement led by a woman ;
Millicent Garrett Fawcett
. “if women have to obey the laws, they have to have the right to participate in their creation”.

- “
National Union of Women's Suffrage
” (NUWS).

- They achieved very little.

The first world war changed the minds
-
1914 first world war
, women replaced men in their jobs .
After the war, vote for women +30 years old.

-
1928
=
the universal suffrage
: every man and every woman
over 21 years
can vote.
--> consecration for the suffragettes and previous trends but also for all women of the United Kingdom.

- U.K. is the
eight country
to give the right to vote to women. (In Belgium it was in 1949).

Conclusion
http://life.royalalberthall.com/2013/03/08/international-womens-day-suffragettes-and-the-hall/
http://avindicationoftherightsofmary.blogspot.be/2011/11/formal-fawcetts-fall-for-first-feminist.html
http://www.sheilahanlon.com/?page_id=670
-
10 october 1903
: the Suffragettes = an other more
radical
trends (demonstrations, windows broken, churches vandalised, scandal at parliament, etc.)

- Led by
Emmeline Pankhurst
. She and her daughters Christabel and Sylvia Pankhurst create :
“the Women's Social and Political Union” (WSPU)
.

- repression, jail --> hunger stike. They were
filled up
, tortured.
Government accused of harming women -->
“The cat and mouse act”.
- Shocking : death of a militant Emily Wilding Davison on Derby in june 1913.
http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/british/brit-4.html
http://catandmouse.org.uk/stories.htm
- Why it's so important to me,
what's my opinion?
- What's the link with
English-speaking culture?

-And you, what do you think about that?
Do you think that minimizing the women is justified?
Do you find normal that such a fight is necessary to guarantee the women the same rights as men?
Emmeline, Christabel and Sylvia Pankhurst
Library of Congress'
Bibliography :
- http://www.news.BBC.co.uk, consulté le 5décembre 2013

- http://www.sheilahanlon.com/?page_id=670, consulté le 6 décembre 2011

- Documentary "Les Suffragettes, Ni Paillassons, Ni Prostituées" (Arte,Suisse 2011)

- BBC Bitesize Women's Rights (Suffragettes), published on Jun 6, 2013 on Youtube

- book "Le siècle des féminismes" 10 février 2004, éditions de l'atelier


Secondly : "the suffragettes", in violent ways
Demarez Lynn 1JA1
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