The Women's Movement - 1848-2016

The Women's Movement - 1848-2016
The Women's Movement - 1848-2016
The Women's Movement - 1848-2016
The Women's Movement - 1848-2016
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This is a 51 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on the Women's Movement - The Suffrage Movement. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

The Women’s Rights Movements in the United States began slowly. What began as a few women voicing their opinions for women’s rights, it grew into various movements across the country.

These movements gained speed and women joined organizations to give themselves political clout. The movements gained national attention when the first women's rights convention is held in Seneca Falls, NY in 1848. The Declaration of Sentiments, adopted there would set the tone for future women’s rights movements.

This presentation summarizes the various movements and events that resulted in the successful women’s rights movement and covers the following:

The Early Days: 1848- 1959

Introduction
The Seneca Falls Convention
First National Women's Rights Convention
NWSA: Susan B. Anthony & Elizabeth Cady Stanton
NWSA: Lucy Stone & Henry Blackwell
First Suffrage Law Passes
National American Woman Suffrage Association
Social Settlement Movement: 1890s
Early Unions
National Association of Colored Women
Women’s Right to Vote: 1909
New York’s Triangle of Fire
Women’s Movement : 1900-1919
Women Factory Worker Rights
18th Amendment: 1919
Women’s Movement: 1920-1929
The Equal Rights Amendment
Leisure & Entertainment
Motion Pictures
Style: The Flapper
19th Amendment: 1920
Women’s Right to Vote: 1920
Women’s Right’s Setbacks
Women’s Movement: 1930-1959

The Modern Days: 1961-2013

Women’s Movement: 1960-1964
The Presidents Commission on the Status of Women
The Feminine Mystique
The Civil Rights Act: 1964
Women’s Movement: 1965-1969
National Organization for Women: 1966
Affirmative Action: 1967
EEOC Ruling: 1968
“No Fault” Divorce Law:1969
Women’s Movement: 1970-1972
Eisenstadt v. Baird: 1972
Title IX, Education Amendment: 1972
Roe v. Wade: (3) 1973
Women’s Movement: 1984-1992
Women’s Movement: 1984-2013

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The Women's Movement - 1848-2016
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The Women's Movement - 1848-2016
The Women's Movement - 1848-2016
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