Susan B. Anthony (Español)Feb 18, 2020
anthonywas born in 1820 in aranese massachusetts his father owned a successful cotton mill and sent
susanand one of her sisters to a private school but six months after starting school his father's business failed and he lost everything Susan had to drop out of school and go to work to help support her family back then women weren't allowed to own property so her mother had everything she owned taken away in the 1800's neither were women they were not allowed to attend the same schools as men they were not paid the same salary as men and they did not have the right to vote men thought women did not have the ability to make intelligent decisions this bothered
susana lot she believed that laws and ideas in the usa needed to change back then susan was the principal of a school and managed her father's farm she knew that women were equally trained as men and should be given the same opportunities susan was also in She was against slavery and believed that these same rights should not be denied to African Americans either.
Susan met other women who believed the same way as she did. Together they organized a national women's suffrage association. The word suffrage means having the right to vote in political elections. Susan wrote speeches, letters and petitions to the government and to newspapers with the aim of guaranteeing women's rights, especially the right to vote once their anfa was taken away and fined 100 dollars for voting illegally in the presidential elections, sadly on the day of the death of susan in 1906 the law had not yet been increased but women did not stop their efforts and in 1920 the 19th amendment to the us constitution was passed this amendment guaranteed all male and female citizens the right to vote in 1979 the government recalled who commemorated her sons tony and her work for women's rights by distributing a dollar coin with de susan
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