Women’s Civil Rights

February 11, 2014

Our group chose voting rights because we feel that the rebel of American citizens had a very large impact on how our world operates today. If we never had the protest of voting rights, we wouldn’t have as many American rights and wouldn’t have as much freedom right now without those historical events. Our group is confused about what the dangers of protesting like this and confused on if life is still like how the pictures look for some women?

Women Learn To Vote


“Women’s Suffrage in the United States.” Wikipedia.com. N.p., 07 Oct. 2009. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.

We chose this picture to include in our article because it helps explain to the reader, a visual explanation of what happened. This picture explains that there were many women who were eager to vote and have their own rights. This picture is about how women are learning to vote and discover their own thoughts and opinions.

Rowell, Christinia. “Women’s Suffrage: How Far Have We Come? a Look Back in History.” Yahoo Voices. Yahoo, 19 Oct 2009. Web. 12 Feb 2014.

This picture is a protest from the 1830’s to 40’s. We chose it because it shows how women protested peacefully with signs and chants. It is also a simple picture that represents the way they protested.

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  •    Inloes, Terri  |  February 12th, 2014 at 7:07 pm     Reply

    I would love for you to pursue the question of what consequences occurred when women protested for voting rights. I think you will be interested in this avenue of research.

  •    Van Bueren, Jennifer  |  February 18th, 2014 at 9:28 pm     Reply

    Ok, I will start on it during class tomorrow!(:

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