WS 101	Final Presentation<br />Presentation Group: <br />Steven Barcelos<br />Sarah Cartier<br />Kelli DeBellis<br />Kamra...
Our Women	<br />Elizabeth Blackwell<br />Frances E W Harper<br />Eleanor Roosevelt<br />Yoko Ono<br />Zsuzsanna Budapest<b...
These women are very different.  They are from different time periods, with different goals, and different ways to reach t...
Elizabeth Blackwell<br />
Elizabeth Blackwell<br />Became first female doctor in America<br />Told repeatedly that this notion of hers was outrageou...
Accepted to Geneva Medical College in western New York in 1847<br />Graduated two years later in 1849 as a physician<br />...
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper<br />
Frances E W Harper 1825-1911<br />Poet & Author<br />Abolitionist<br />Former Vice President of National Association of Co...
What barriers and tradition did Frances break as an African American woman?<br />Women’s Rights: The Women’s Right Convent...
From the poem “Bury Me in Free Land” <br />“I ask no monument, proud and high, To arrest the gaze of passers-by; All that ...
Eleanor Roosevelt<br />
Eleanor Roosevelt<br />Born in October of 1884<br />Was the first lady from 1933 to 1945<br />“Where, after all, do human ...
Supported her husband in the New Deal policies<br />Was an advocate for civil and social rights<br />Her public admonishme...
First Lady<br />Chosen chair for the Declaration of Human Rights<br />President and chair of the United Nations Commission...
Yoko Ono<br />
Yoko Ono<br />Born in 1933 (Japan)<br />Moved to America in 1947<br />Main Residents: Japan, New York, London, and New Yor...
career<br />Avant-garde<br />PICTURE NOT WORKING!!!<br />
Politics<br />Political Activist<br />PICTURE NOT WORKING!!!<br />
Zsuzsanna “Z” Budapest<br />
Zsuzsanna “Z” Budapest<br />Created Dianic Wicca in 1971<br />Founded the “Susan B. Anthony Coven Number One”<br />Born in...
What is Wicca?<br />Pantheistic religion based on the celebration of the seasons.<br />Witchcraft is used like prayer<br /...
This movement has since spread all over the globe.<br />Intends to shake the foundations of Patriarchy<br />Believes the o...
Leslie Feinberg<br />
Leslie Feinberg<br />Breaks tradition by<br />Existing<br />Ze is a transgender individual<br />Trans- Latin for “across” ...
Experienced hatred directed towards hir as a young butch lesbian<br />Experiences led hir to question gender conformity<br />
Worked to allow more freedom of gender expression <br />Written books and articles that have been read worldwide<br />Insp...
The End<br />	Thank You<br />
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  1. 1. WS 101 Final Presentation<br />Presentation Group: <br />Steven Barcelos<br />Sarah Cartier<br />Kelli DeBellis<br />Kamran Husain<br />DeshawnLarrimore<br />David Reitz<br />
  2. 2. Our Women <br />Elizabeth Blackwell<br />Frances E W Harper<br />Eleanor Roosevelt<br />Yoko Ono<br />Zsuzsanna Budapest<br />Leslie Feinberg<br />
  3. 3. These women are very different. They are from different time periods, with different goals, and different ways to reach those goals.<br />They all, however, have broken tradition to bring about large scale change to their communities at large within the United States as well as other countries. <br />
  4. 4. Elizabeth Blackwell<br />
  5. 5. Elizabeth Blackwell<br />Became first female doctor in America<br />Told repeatedly that this notion of hers was outrageous, impossible and highly expensive.<br />Applied to med school and was rejected from all 29 medical schools that she applied to. <br />
  6. 6. Accepted to Geneva Medical College in western New York in 1847<br />Graduated two years later in 1849 as a physician<br />Pioneered the advances in preventive medicine and advancement of antisepsis and hygiene<br />Helped establish women in medicine as doctors<br />
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  8. 8. Frances Ellen Watkins Harper<br />
  9. 9. Frances E W Harper 1825-1911<br />Poet & Author<br />Abolitionist<br />Former Vice President of National Association of Colored Women<br />Lecturer<br />Activist<br />Mother & Widow<br />
  10. 10. What barriers and tradition did Frances break as an African American woman?<br />Women’s Rights: The Women’s Right Convention<br />14th & 15th Amendment: Granting the right to vote and citizenship<br />Maine Anti-Slavery Society: Harper often traveled<br />Civil Rights: For all including African American women<br />She worked within her community: Bettering her environment<br />
  11. 11. From the poem “Bury Me in Free Land” <br />“I ask no monument, proud and high, To arrest the gaze of passers-by; All that my yearning spirit craves, Is bury me not in a land of slaves.”<br />
  12. 12. Eleanor Roosevelt<br />
  13. 13. Eleanor Roosevelt<br />Born in October of 1884<br />Was the first lady from 1933 to 1945<br />“Where, after all, do human rights begin?”<br />
  14. 14. Supported her husband in the New Deal policies<br />Was an advocate for civil and social rights<br />Her public admonishment during the beginning of WWII<br />She supported the formation of the United Nations<br />
  15. 15. First Lady<br />Chosen chair for the Declaration of Human Rights<br />President and chair of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights<br />The Presidential Commission on the Status of Women<br />
  16. 16. Yoko Ono<br />
  17. 17. Yoko Ono<br />Born in 1933 (Japan)<br />Moved to America in 1947<br />Main Residents: Japan, New York, London, and New York<br />
  18. 18. career<br />Avant-garde<br />PICTURE NOT WORKING!!!<br />
  19. 19. Politics<br />Political Activist<br />PICTURE NOT WORKING!!!<br />
  20. 20. Zsuzsanna “Z” Budapest<br />
  21. 21. Zsuzsanna “Z” Budapest<br />Created Dianic Wicca in 1971<br />Founded the “Susan B. Anthony Coven Number One”<br />Born in Budapest, Hungary<br />Became a refugee of the Hungarian Revolution<br />Moved to Chicago in 1956 to study languages<br />
  22. 22. What is Wicca?<br />Pantheistic religion based on the celebration of the seasons.<br />Witchcraft is used like prayer<br />“Feminist Spirituality” worships a Goddess and no God.<br />Dianic Wicca is the only feminist spirituality religion.<br />
  23. 23. This movement has since spread all over the globe.<br />Intends to shake the foundations of Patriarchy<br />Believes the only religious figure that can work for a globalized world is nature herself, mother Earth.<br />
  24. 24. Leslie Feinberg<br />
  25. 25. Leslie Feinberg<br />Breaks tradition by<br />Existing<br />Ze is a transgender individual<br />Trans- Latin for “across” or “beyond”<br />Gender- sexual identity, especially in relation to society or culture<br />Feels more comfortable living a “masculine” lifestyle<br />Doesn’t clearly identify with either gender<br />
  26. 26. Experienced hatred directed towards hir as a young butch lesbian<br />Experiences led hir to question gender conformity<br />
  27. 27. Worked to allow more freedom of gender expression <br />Written books and articles that have been read worldwide<br />Inspires people to become activists<br />Works to free women of oppression<br />Asserts that women and men should act as individuals<br />
  28. 28. The End<br /> Thank You<br />

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