Non-violentProtests
United States, Early 1900s
Women
The Right to Vote
Protests
YES!!Women can vote!!
ANTI-WARDecember, 1964. Started in Washington.
PEOPLE IN THEUNITED STATES
TO MANY PEOPLE HAVE        DIED
PROTESTS
YES!!IT IS WORKING!
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Protests past and present

  1. 1. Non-violentProtests
  2. 2. United States, Early 1900s
  3. 3. Women
  4. 4. The Right to Vote
  5. 5. Protests
  6. 6. YES!!Women can vote!!
  7. 7. ANTI-WARDecember, 1964. Started in Washington.
  8. 8. PEOPLE IN THEUNITED STATES
  9. 9. TO MANY PEOPLE HAVE DIED
  10. 10. PROTESTS
  11. 11. YES!!IT IS WORKING!
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