Women's Rights By Carla Haddad 1847 Lucy Stone Was the first woman to get a college degree and was very vocal about equal rights. May 29, 1851 "Ain't I a Women?" A speech given by Sojourner Truth about how women are supposed to be treated and expected to act and how it never actually plays out like that. 1872 Victoria Woodhull A leader of the women's suffrage movement and also ran for president. 1920 Carrie Chapman Catt She advocated for the 19th amendment which gave women the right to vote. She was also president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. 1955 Rosa Parks Started a bus boycott and was titled "the first lady of civil rights" and "the mother of the freedom movement" 1963 Betty Friedan She was a writer and a feminist. Her most popular book is The Feminine Mystique. May 6, 1970 Testimony Before the Senate Hearing A speech given by Gloria Steinem for the Equal Rights Amendment. Jan 25, 1972 Shirley Chisholm's Speech A speech advocating for the equal rights amendment and trying to create a voice for women and other minorities that are being oppressed. Dec 12, 2017 Harvey Weinstein Is My Monster Too Written by Salma Hayek about her experiences as an actor being taken advantage of for being a woman. Jul 21, 2023 Barbie Movie A movie about the struggles that women face and the unbelievable expectations women are expected to live up to.