Ch 13: Fight for suffrage

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Every time you think your vote doesn't count, remember that someone fought for it.
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Women of Protest: A Feminist History Refresher
Women of Protest: A Feminist History Refresher It wasn’t until 1920 that women were granted suffrage, but it was 1917 when members of the National Women’s Party — Alice Paul, Lucy Burns and others — picketed outside the White House, burning copies of Woodrow Wilson’s speeches and demanding the right to vote. What resulted — mass arrests (most for “obstructing traffic”), unlawful imprisonment and bloody beatings — became known as the Night of Terror.
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National Womens Party member Lucy Branham. Born in Virginia, USA. Crime, Suffragist Movement, Suffragette Movement, Women's Rights, Human Rights
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National Womens Party member Lucy Branham. Born in Virginia, USA.
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This is a photo of Susan B. Anthony in 1872 getting beaten and arrested for trying to vote when it was illegal for women to do so.