History Of Voting Rights

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Woman Lose There Rights To Vote In All States

1777 - 1807

The States of New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New Jersey which had previously allowed women to vote rescind those rights, After 1807, no state allows women to vote.

The 15th Amendment

1789

The Fifteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (1789) guarantees that an American citizen cannot be discriminated against in exercising the right to vote.

send petitions for women’s suffrage to their representatives in Congress

12/26/1865

Three suffrage women formed a petition
The started petitions
this was there way of rebelling

"Iron Jawed Angles"

1873

They had a parade on the presidents inauguration so that there voice can be hears , instead there parade was ruined by angry members from the crow.
They Protested in front of The White House

They Went to congress
They Were Agitating People

U.S VS Susan B. Anthony Record Of Conviction

6/28/1873

Susan B Anthony voted even though she new she didnot have the rights , she was arrested

The 19th Amendment

1920

t was to end women's suffrage and helped give women the right to vote.

Emmett Till

1955

Emmett Till was seen whistling at a white woman, people found it rude ans disrespectful, so they went to his house and beat him to death and then threw his body in the rive, Emmett Till was only a young boy.

Sit Ins

1960

People Began To Sit in At Restaurants until there were served, but they were never served they were beating, and segregated against

Voting Rights ACt

1965

The National Voting Rights Act of 1965 was a landmark piece of legislation in the United States that outlawed discriminatory voting practices that had been responsible for the widespread disenfranchisement of African Americans in the U.S.