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Women's Suffrage

Votes for women! It doesn’t sound so radical now, but it sure used to. In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby will teach you about the struggle for women’s voting rights, or suffrage. Discover why women started pressing for the vote during the 19th century, and what people were doing about it in various countries around the world. You’ll learn about some of the major events of the suffrage movement in the U.S., including the Seneca Falls Convention and the start of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. You’ll also meet some of the people who led the charge for women’s voting rights, and you’ll hear about how and when various countries started letting women vote. In particular, you’ll learn about which U.S. amendment gave women the right to vote, and what American leader helped it pass. Power to all the ladies!

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