The Women's Rights Movement

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The Women's Rights Movement

The women's rights movement is a reform movement intended to bestow upon women full civitizenship and to make them the political equal of men. Or, in other words, to treat our sisters, mothers, and daughters although they are full human beings in the right of the law as oppossed to children who are to live forever under the guidance of patriarchial figures. In a world of many oppressive forces, foreign and domestic, large and small, we need not be at war with our women. I call for a union across classes and genders. Women like Alice Paul and Maria Montessori know that our society cannot progress forward with one half of it left in the dark!

"Love and respect a woman. Look to her not only for comfort, but for strength and inspiration and the doubling of your intellectual and moral powers. Blot out from your mind any idea of superiority; you have none.”

Champion's of the cause: Women's Social and Political Union - their more radical approach to seeking change proved more effective and a better means of rallying the troops than that of the moderates. Women such as Emmelive Pankhurst and Emily Davison dedicated their lives, and in Emily's case, even sacrificed her life to a righteous cause.

EDUCATION!

Peace...

I can concur with some of their ideals of peace, so long as that peace involves a unified Italy and a republican or democratic government ruled by the people. Lay Down Your Arms, I say, once the battle is won!

The Women's Rights Movement

What It Is

ONLY THE NATION-STATE CAN ALLOW FOR PROGRESS! PICKET YOUR REPRESENTATIVE!

Women's Suffrage in England

Works Cited:Allyn, Pam. "Remembering Alice Paul." The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 17 July 2013. Web. 17 Feb. 2014. Hoeh, Jeffrey. "Giuseppe Mazzini: His Influences in Italian Unification." : Western Civilization II Guides. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Feb. 2014. Meyers, Rebecca. The Independent. Independent Digital News and Media, n.d. Web. 19 Feb. 2014.

I SUPPORT MONTESSORI SCHOOLS!

We cannot change a faulty political system until we change a faulty society! Women are our equals! It is time we begin to treat them as such!

If we hope to progress as a society, women cannot be left behind! If everyone educated their daughters, humanity's intellect would be doubled! Women are an asset we have ignored and belittled for far too long! Allow women to go to college, to become doctors and lawyers, to be your equal in every respect!

A View On Women

They are not just women's rights, they are human rights, and only upon acknowledging and accepting that can we work towards unity at a higher level.

IT IS TIME FOR A SOCIETAL REVOLUTION!


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