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florence kelly and national consumers league believed
women were hurt by unfair prices of goods they had to buy to run their homes
florence kelly league helped
find national consumers league
temp. movement and amendment 18
promoted practice of never drinking alcohol
work of temp. movement and amendment 18 led to
passage of 18th amendment
temp. movement and amendment 18 led to
outlawed production and sale of alcohol
margaret sanger thought
family life and women's health would improve if mothers had fewer children
ida b. wells
black teacher who helped form the nacw
NACW stands for
national association of colored women
suffrage
right to vote
carrie chapman catt's "winning plan"
called for action on 2 fronts
alice paul's militancy
best known leader
19th amendment
right to vote shall not be denied on account of gender
how did women of progressive era make progress and win right to vote
forming groups to stand up to people who didn't want them to vote
why would education have let middle-class women to address societal problems
train them to lead organizations working for social reform
women having knowledge of education and modern ideas caused them to
tackle problems they saw in society
one specific social problem
women worked long hours
solution to social problem of women working long hours
reformers worked to limit it, made laws
early suffragettes susan b. anthony and elizabeth cady stanton failed to win nation voting rights for women, but was there some early success?
yes because women in western states won right to vote
how did suffragettes support of war effort during WW1 affect their effort to win the right to vote at national level
convinced legislators to support women's suffrage amendment
colleges armed middle class women with
education, modern ideas
even though colleges armed middle class women, most poor women continued to
labor long hours
many women poured their knowledge and skill onto
reform movement
as women fought for change, they gained
valuable political experience
many employment opportunities were denied to
women
women learned how to
organize, persuade people, publicize their causes
women campaigned for children's
rights
why did women campaign for children's rights
end child labor, improve children health, promote education
many women pouring their knowledge and skill into the reform movement gained them
valuable political experience
florence kelly helped found the
national consumers league
florence kelly helped found the national consumers league to make
workplaces safer and safer products
florence kelly also founded
women's trade union league
the women's trade union league worked for a
minimum wage and 8 hour workday
progressives supported the
temperance movement
the temperance movement felt that alcohol often led men to spend their
earnings on liquor
the temperance movement also felt that alcohol led men to neglect their
families
the temperance movement also felt alcohol led men to abuse their
wives
the women's christian temperance union grew steadily until passage of 18th amendment
banned liquor and sale and production of alcohol in 1919
margaret sanger opened 1st
birth control clinic
margaret sanger believed having fewer children would lead to
healthier women
margaret sanger was
jailed
margaret sanger was jailed, and supreme courts eventually ruined that doctors could give out
family planning information
in 1920s, margaret sanger's life mission was to
inform women on birth control options
ida b. wells founded
national association of colored women
ida b. wells worked for
suffrage
ida b. wells worked for suffrage to end
lynchings
ida b. wells worked for suffrage to stop
segregation in chicago schools
NACW supported
day care centers for children of working parents
NACW eventually had more than 100,000 members campaigning against
poverty, segregation, lynching, jim crow laws, temperance, and women's suffrage
elizabeth cady stanton and susan b. anthony founded
national women suffrage association
1st strategy-elizabeth cady stanton and susan b. anthony campaigned for
constitutional amendment
2nd strategy-elizabeth cady standton and susan b. anthony focused on winning
vote state by state and aligned itself with republican party
women began to see
success
women began to see success in
west
women began to see success in west, and wyoming territory gave women
right to vote
suffrage was seen as only way to ensure that gov. supported
family life
suffrage was seen as only way to ensure that gov. fostered
education
suffrage was seen as only way to ensure that gov. protected
children
supreme court ruled that even though
women were citizens, that didn't grant them voting rights
national american women suffrage association leader
elizabeth stanton and susan anthony
carrie chapman catt was the president of
national american suffrage association
the national american suffrage association promoted
2 strategies
NAWSA lobbied congress for
constitutional amendment
alice paul formed
national women's party
national women party's radical actions made
suffrage move goals less dramatic
NWP picketed
white house
as NWP picketed white house, suffragettes were
jailed
not all women supported
suffrage
women feared voting would
distract women from family roles
women were offended by
paul's protests in front of white house
4 states that allowed women to vote
idaho, wyoming, utah, colorado
19th amendment
vote shall not be denied on account of gender
ballot box
1st national suffrage paper
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