Women's Rights Movements

  • Enslaved by Matrimony

    Enslaved by Matrimony
    Married women of 1700's could not own property, sign contracts. And if she worked her wages went to her husband. Marriage Act established to give justice to women enslaved by marriage.
  • Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention

    Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention
    A movement that birth into a network of individuals, who were committed to changing society.
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton

    Elizabeth Cady Stanton
    Mother and leader of the birth of the Women's Suffrage, first woman to vote. Established Women's Rights in America.
  • President Woodrow Wilson

    President Woodrow Wilson
    Signed the 19th Amendment for women's rights to vote.
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    Women's Suffrage Act

    The right of female gender by law to vote in national or local elections. 19th Amendment passed.
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    Civil Rights Act

    law established for equal pay to female genders in labor force. and work place discrimination. Equal Pay Act 1963
  • Violence Against Women Act

    Violence Against Women Act
    a law passed in September 1994 by Bill Clinton. This federal law helped to enhance investigation into and prosecution of domestic abuse against women by providing $1.6 billion. This law has been passed numerous times, and was officially signed into law on January 5, 2006 by George W. Bush.
  • Cohabiting During Pandemic

    Cohabiting During Pandemic
    The Epidemic of Covid-19. In February 2020, statistics reports shows; during the pandemic 53.1% of women said violence in the homes had increased in severity in just the United States alone. President time stamp, Donald J. Trump. Who also disagreed on female gender leadership.