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    • 1. 1. When was women’s suffrage? 2. Are women’s Rights equal throughout the world? 3. What did Women do to get the right to vote? 4. When did women serve in the military? 5. What types of jobs did they have before they were equal?
    • 2.  Suffrage- The right to vote in political elections  Equitable- Fair and impartial  Sexual discrimination- discrimination (usually in employment) that excludes one sex (usually women) to the benefit of the other sex  Strike- Refuse to work as a form of organized protest, typically in an attempt to obtain a particular concession or concessions from their employer  Mortality- The number of deaths in a given area or period, or from a particular cause
    • 3. Women’s Suffrage  1848 Seneca Falls, New York  1868 advocates divide ◦ The National Women Suffrage association ◦ The American Women Suffrage Association  1890 they merged  WW I  August 26, 1920 Suffrage- The right to vote in political elections
    • 4. Laws for Women’s Rights Year The law that was made 1947 Women are qualified with men to serve on juries but may serve as they choose 1963 Equal Pay for Equal work 1964 Prohibition against employment discrimination 1969 Women that meet physical requirements can work in many jobs that were once Men-only 1969 Divorce with mutual consent 1973 Abortion legal 1974 Illegal to force women to take maternity leave 1978 Bans employment discrimination on pregnant women Laws for Women’s Rights
    • 5. Video- Women’s SuffrageVideo- Women’s Suffrage http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeOHPfsCtFo
    • 6. Susan Brownell Anthony  Feb. 15, 1820  Cause of the Women's Suffrage Movement  1920 (14 years after death)  National Women's Suffrage Association  Elizabeth Candy Stanton
    • 7. Amelia Earhart  Born July 24, 1897  Her first ride  Bought her own  June 1928  What does she have to do with women’s rights  Two flights around the world  First  Second  Where did she crash  Did they ever find the plane…or her
    • 8. Women rights defenders!  Mexico-  Colombia-  China-  Iran-
    • 9. How Women Were treated before they were equal with men.  Married women  There husbands could do…  Work  Taxes  Suffrage  Laws  Education  Church Affairs  Self-confidence and Self-respect  They Were Considered… Children Stupid Worthless Temptation and evil Weak
    • 10. Time line  1850-  1869-  1890-  1893-  1896-  1903-  1916-  1919-  1920-
    • 11. http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=5384993n
    • 12. JOBS !!!  1765- women’s work  1824- first strike! 1831- 1,600 strike for higher pay  1872- law passes for equal pay  1881- largest, effective strike in in the history of south.  1916- first women elected  1935- National Counsel of Negro Women
    • 13. JOBS CON.  1963- its now illegal to pay a women less than a man  1966- National Organization for Women  1970- It’s illegal to change title so they can pay women less  1990- women can serve the army.  1992- first African- American women senate
    • 14. Connection to theme This topic, Women’s Rights, connects to our theme, Human Rights, because women are Human, and women deserve rights. Just as men have rights so should they!
    • 15. IS IT RELEVANT ?  Still fight for them  Other countries  Still have rights
    • 16. SCIENCE BEHIND (CONSEQUENCES)  60s and 50s divorce rate increased  1963 equal pay act, promised equitable pay  1964 Lawsuits, sexual harassment, sexual discrimination  Labor available for both men and women
    • 17. Q. When was women’s suffrage? A. Well it began in 1837 when Susan B. Anthony asked for equal pay. and women actually got the right to vote in 1920.
    • 18. Q. Are women’s rights equal throughout the world? A.No there not. In different part of the world women are treated differently
    • 19. Q. What did women do to get the right to vote? A. They did a lot. They organized associations, went on strike, protested in front of white house, ECT.
    • 20. Q. When did women serve in the military? A. They served in the military in 1990 and their first war was at the gulf, and that was when they could fight, not just be the nurses.
    • 21. Q. What types of jobs did they have before they where equal? Lower paying jobs, intellectually dumber jobs, And because of their low pay the living conditions of a single women were poor.
    • 22. Bibliography  http://www.amnestyusa.org/violence-against-women/stop-violence-against- women-svaw/women-human-rights-defenders/page.do?id=1108333  http://www.lkwdpl.org/wihohio/anth-sus.htm  http://www.infoplease.com/spot/womenstimeline1.html  http://www.nysut.org/newyorkteacher_12304.htm  http://www.helium.com/items/1166792-womens-rights-movement-1964- job-discrimination-rooney-rule-affirmative-action
    • 23. BIBLIOGRAPHY  http://www.acepilots.com/earhart.html  http://www.amnestyusa.org/violence-against-women/stop- violence-against-women-svaw/women-human-rights- defenders/page.do?id=1108333  http://www.lkwdpl.org/wihohio/anth-sus.htm  http://www.infoplease.com/spot/womenstimeline1.html  http://www.nysut.org/newyorkteacher_12304.htm
    • 24. BOOKS  Sister hood is globle by robin morgan  Woman rights, human rights by julie peters  Women’s sufferage and womens rights by carol debus  Women's rights by wendy moss  Women's suffrage by hellen blackburn