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Women are the path to a better world. History shows that as women gain the vote and leadership roles, the standard of living improves. In the US women led the way to abolish child labor and put children in public schools instead. They also led the way to workplace reforms, food and drug regulation, housing regulation, and public sanitation. Today women are still leading the way in most progressive areas like universal health care and education.

The history of the Women's Movement is not a happy one. Women still experience brutal resistance to the most basic civil reforms. Even here in the US women are still fighting for the right to their own bodies. Below are some links describing the history of women's struggle for civil rights and the birth of feminism in the US.

International Women's Day (Wednesday, March 8th, 2017)

The Equal Rights Amendment

First Wave - Suffragists (Suffragettes)

Women In The Progressive Era - National Women's History Museum

History Of Women's Suffrage - Scholastic

Heroes Of The Civil Rights Movement - Famous Suffragists

Suffragette Tactics - The History Learning Site, UK

Tactics and Techniques of the National Womans Party Suffrage Campaign - Library Of Congress

Militant Suffragettes -

Tennessee Suffragists

Tennessee Suffragist Leaders -

Lizzie Crozier French - Suffragist From Knoxville

Second Wave - Modern Feminism

History Of The Equal Rights Amendment -

Gloria Steinem's Website

The 60's - 70's American Feminist Movement - Tavaana

50 Feminist Icons - Stylist

Feminist Art -

Life And Work: What Was It Really Like For Women In The 1970s? -

The Seventies: Feminism Makes Waves - CNN

Third Wave - Postmodern Feminism/Humanism

National Women's History Museum

The Five Main Issues Facing Modern Feminism

51 Seriously Badass Ladies Who Will Make You Proud To Be A Woman

Meet the World’s Greatest Female Leaders - Fortune

Despite progress, U.S. still lags many nations in women leaders - Pew Research Center

Women's Wall - Left Open

"All honor to women, the first disenfranchised class in history who unaided by any political party, won enfranchisement by its own effort alone, and achieved the victory without the shedding of a drop of human blood."

- Harriot Eaton Stanton Blatch