Czech female activists for women

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I have two other daughters who were born with malformations. And my grandchildren, too," she told The Associated Press. In in France, she sued firms that produced and sold Agent Orange, including U. Tran is seeking damages for her multiple health problems, including cancer, and those of her children in legal proceedings that could be the first to provide compensation to a Vietnamese victim, according to an alliance of nongovernmental organizations backing her case. So far only military veterans from the U. The justice system in France allows citizens to sue over events that took place abroad.
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Women were quite active in the abolitionist movement, at a time when women were, in general, not active in the public sphere. The presence of women in the abolitionist movement was considered by many to be scandalous—not just because of the issue itself, which was not universally supported even in states that had abolished enslavement within their borders, but because these activists were women, and the dominant expectation of the "proper" place for women was in the domestic, not the public, sphere. Nevertheless, the abolitionist movement attracted quite a few women to its active ranks. White women came out of their domestic sphere to work against the enslavement of others. Black women spoke from their experience, bringing their story to audiences to elicit empathy and action. Both were well known in their time and are still the most famous of the Black women who worked against enslavement. Stewart are not as well known, but both were respected writers and activists.
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These 19 black women fought for voting rights

It took activists and reformers nearly years to win that right, and the campaign was not easy: Disagreements over strategy threatened to cripple the movement more than once. But on August 18, , the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was finally ratified, enfranchising all American women and declaring for the first time that they, like men, deserve all the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. During the s and 30s, most states had extended the franchise to all white men, regardless of how much money or property they had.
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Many women worked to win the vote for women, but a few stand out as more influential or pivotal than the rest. The organized effort for women's suffrage began most seriously in America and then influenced suffrage movements around the world. Susan B. Anthony was the best-known women's suffrage proponent of her time, and her fame led to her image gracing a U. Anthony's most prominent roles were as a speaker and strategist.
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