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Student Blogging Challenge, Week 4, Make it Global

Student Blog Challenge, Week 4, Make it Global

Women’s suffrage rights are very important in today’s America. Women have fought for their rights to vote since 1913. They have protested and marched for their rights to vote. Some of the women’s rights leaders are Lucretia Mott, Susan B. Anthony, and Matilda Gage.The first women’s rights leader was Elizabeth Cady Stanton. They spoke up and made a better future for women. Because of those brave women, women of today can do what men can. We honor these courageous women on March 8, International Women’s Day.  Women of today are now able to vote because of the movement caused by those brave women.

                            Do you know the year women’s suffrage was  passed?                                  

How much courage do you think those women have to stand up for something they believe in?

Can you think of something you stood up for?

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