Women’s Studies- 2/1•Declaration of sentiments/Seneca Falls 1848oSentiments-grievancesoIn document explains all men AND women are equal and deserve life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness (like the Declaration of Independence)obased on Declaration of Independence to try to parallel how women were being repressed like all colonials were many years ago by the British•Douglass 1848oSlave who escaped from MassachusettsoPublished North Star Newspaper, supporting the Seneca Falls Conventiono“Right is of no sex”•S. Truth 1851/1867o40 years as a slave, 40 years being freeoSays after everything she went through she should be able to voteoUneducated ex-slave who spoke very eloquently•Stanton 1892oWomen are seen for their family rolesoWants respect, not just a maid, has a soul too and therefore deserves rights and a voteoSee me as an adult and a person, not just the thing that cooks, cleans, and cares for the children•Pankhurst 1913oIn jail 12 times over 18 monthso
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United States Declaration of Independence, North Star newspaper