How is the woman on the left side of the cartoon portrayed? Where is she located? How is the woman on the right side of the cartoon portrayed? Where is she located? According to the cartoon, where are women happiest? What is suffrage? What is the main message of this cartoon?
What is the setting of the cartoon? How can you tell? Look closely at the figure holding the frying pan. How is the person depicted? Look closely at the figure holding the umbrella. How is the person depicted? What does the caption in this picture say? What does it mean? What will happen to society if women are given the right to vote? The world turned upside down. A typical anti-suffrage cartoon warns that tampering with men and women's 'natural' gender roles could lead to the breakdown of society - as represented by screaming babies, burnt dinner and cat in the milk jug. Do What does the cartoon imply will be the outcome of woman suffrage? Does the artist support woman suffrage? Explain
Women’s Suffrage By Jackie White
Women’s Suffrage• Main Idea: As a result of social and economic change, many women entered public life as workers and reformers.• Why It Matters Now: Women won new opportunities in labor, education, and voting that are enjoyed today.
Objective• Identify the leaders of the woman suffrage movement and be able to give three examples of strategies they used to earn passage of the Nineteenth Amendment.
Key People Susan B. AnthonySusan B. Anthony: leading proponent of woman suffrage who founded NWSA in 1869 with Elizabeth Cady Stanton (became NAWSA in 1890)Carrie Chapman Catt: became Anthony’s successor in 1900 (1900-1904; 1915) Carrie Chapman Catt Alice Paul and Lucy Burns: founders of the Congressional Union, and its successor the National Woman’s Party who pressured the federal government to pass a suffrage amendment
Key Terms• Reform: the process of making changes to a social, economic or political institution or practice in order to improve it.• Progressivism (progressive movement): movement favoring changes or reform through governmental actions• Suffrage: the right to vote• NACW: National Association of Colored Women• NAWSA: National American Women Suffrage Association• NWP: National Woman’s Party• Nineteenth Amendment: granted women the right to vote
Bellwork:Have you ever taken a stand for something you truly believed in butthat was not so popular? If so, what was the issue, your actions, andthe results?
Iron Jawed Angels • Selected scenes • Constitutional amendment • No votes for women • White house picketing • Why vote • Woman arrested • Women march • Women recruiting
List the reasons in yourown words, why theauthors of the leafletbelieve women should beable to vote?
In your own words whydo the people who madethis flier not approve ofwoman suffrage?
What, Dinner Not Ready Yet! What Have You Been Doing? A Picture of the future by our much married artist
What does it say on theman’s cuff?What might this man beagainst?According to this cartoon,what organization is fuelingopposition to suffrage inNebraska?Why would liquor interest byopposed to woman suffrage? BackboneDoes the cartoonist support or Who & What were backoppose woman suffrage? of the opposition inExplain. Nebraska?
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