Fight for Women's Rights

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  • Nineteenth Amendment

    Nineteenth Amendment
    Women are allowed to vote when the Nineteenth Amendment of the Constitution is ratified.
  • Equal Rights Amendment

    Equal Rights Amendment
    The amendment states that "Men and women shall have equal rights throughout the United States and every place subject to its jurisdiction."
  • Equal Pay Act

    Equal Pay Act
    No matter you race, color, religion, national origin or sex you will get the same pay for the same work.
  • Contraception

    Married couples are allowed to use contraception.
  • Title IX

    Title IX
    "Title IX of the Education Amendments prohibits sex discrimination in all aspects of education programs that receive federal support."
  • Roe Vs. Wade

    Roe Vs. Wade
    The Supreme Court ruling makes abortion legal
  • Pregnancy Discrimination Act

    Pregnancy Discrimination Act
    Bans employers from discriminating against women who are pregnant.
  • Military

    Military
    Women are no longer restricted from military combat positions.
  • Hillary Clinton

    Hillary Clinton
    Hillary Clinton runs for President in the hopes of becoming the first female U.S. President.
  • Congress

    Congress
    There was a record number of women in Congress, including "104 female House members and 21 female Senators, including the chamber's first Latina, Nevada Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto."