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  • 1. WOMEN‘S EMANCIPATION IN THE USA By Kathrin
  • 2. Arrangement Emancipation – concept explanation/ IntroductionWomens emancipation in the USA Indian women/ Puritan women Women´s emancipation in the USA Prospect – emancipation is still a subject
  • 3. Emancipation – concept explanation/ IntroductionBasic thoughts came from the 18th century Enlightment French Revolution Declaration of the rights of men and citizens
  • 4. Emancipation – concept explanation/Introduction “Women have the right to mount the scaffold, they must also have the right to mount the speaker’s rostrum” Olympe de Gouges in the Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen 1791
  • 5. Indian women/puritan women
  • 6. Indian women/puritan women
  • 7. History of the womens movement in the USA Lucretia Mott Elisabeth Cady Stanton
  • 8. History of the womens movement in the USA  1840 London - World congress for the abolition of slavery  1848 Womens rights congress in Seneca Falls  Seneca Falls Declaration
  • 9. History of the womens movement in the USA  1890 National AmericanWomen‘ SuffrageAssociation (NWSA)  Founded by Susan B. Anthony and Elisabeth Cady Stanton
  • 10. History of the womens movement in the USA Suffragette‘s movement
  • 11. History of the womens movement in the USA
  • 12. History of the womens movement in the USA
  • 13. History of the womens movement in the USA
  • 14. History of the womens movement in the USA Victoria Woodhull
  • 15. History of the womens movement in the USA April 1870 Victoria Woodhull declared herself as a presidential candidate
  • 16. History of the womens movement in the USA “While others maintained the equality of women and men, I proved them by successful business engagement; while others tried to show that there would be no valid reasons to treat women towards men as social and politically inferior, I entered daringly the arena of the business world and used the rights which I already owned”. Victoria Woodhull
  • 17. History of the womens movement in the USA Womens franchise in America came into force in 1920 For comparison: Finland: 1906 Germany: 1919 Great Britain: 1928 Turkey: 1930 Iran: 1963 Switzerland: 1971 Liechtenstein: 1984
  • 18. Prospect – emancipation is still a subject