Ratified in 1789. The adoption of the US constitution contains further debates of who should be allowed to vote, specifically in the slave states. Since the Constitutional Convention could not agree upon a national voting system they left it in the hands on individual states which caused a corrupted system of states ultimately choosing groups of people that had the right to vote.
Woman's Rights Convention
The first Women's Convention was held in Seneca Falls, NY. The convention is used to gain more attention in the movement of women's suffrage. They gain a few male supporters and begin their fight for rights with petitions, marches, and protests.
This amendment extended the right of citizenship to black males however, women were excluded from this right of citizenship in regards to voting.
February 3, 1870
This Amendment prohibited states from and federal government from using a citizen's race as a qualification for voting.
This amendment extended voting rights to women after 72 years of fighting for their rights.
Selma to Montgomery March
Also known as "Bloody Sunday", Jimmie Lee Jackson was killed during the protest and they start marching across the bridge, lead by John Lewis.