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Womens Suffrage

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Transcript of Womens Suffrage

Our magazine is dedicated to the strong women who fought for equality among race and gender . Because of the impact they made on the movement for women's rights , it is truly important to recognize their outstanding work.
Women's Rights does Matter.
Biographies
Susan B. Anthony & Lucy Stone
Poems
Desire for equality
Pictures
Advertisements
Maps
Writing pieces
From letters to facts and information
Introductory
Welcoming readers
Bibliography
Our sources
$5.25
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Women's Suffrage

Throughout time, men have always seemed to hold all of the power. They can get an education, own land, vote, and much more. Now, look at what women can do. All we can do is cook, clean, and take care of our children. Where's the freedom and equality in that? First it was racial inequality, and now gender? We need to put an end to this immediately, but we can't do it alone. Read our magazine to find out different ways you can help women gain more power.
Join Us, Here's Why!
“I do not demand equal pay for any women save those who do equal work in value. Scorn to be coddled by your employers; make them understand that you are in their service as workers, not as women.”
—Susan B. Anthony

Women's Rights Activists
-Susan B. Anthony
-Elizabeth Stanton
-Lucy Stone
-Sojourner truth


Many women have fought to achieve
equal rights. They believe that men
and women are equal and should be
treated equally. Without those brave
women sticking up for what they believe
in, life may not be the same as we know
it. Men thought all women could do was
clean, cook, and take care of the kids.
However, women fought to get rid of that
stereotype.
Our Magazine Consists of...

Everything in our magazine has a purpose for being there. It all has to do
with the Women's Rights Movement. The main purpose of our magazine is to give women across the nation a voice that was taken away by men.We want to show the world that women can really do more than just cooking and cleaning around the house. We want to get rid of the stereotype that women have had for so long.
And more!
Pictures
Essays
Expository Essay: It explained what woman suffrage was all about and who contributed to it and why this era was important.
Maps
Next for us.....
Readers can look forward to the next issue that will talk about
equality amongst African-Americans. Also known as the Civil Rights Movement.
These four women can be found through out our entire magazine.
Narrative Essay: It was from Susan B. Anthony and what she did to take part in the rights movements.
Persuasive Essay: It was to get the reader to stand up for women's rights , support us, and show how unfairly women were treated.
The map
shows the
United States
in 1919
showing the
states that
suffrage was
taking place in.
Biographies:
The biographies were written about two important women rights activists.
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