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Susan B. Anthony | First and Second Grade Social Studies Lesson

Susan B. Anthony | First and Second Grade Social Studies Lesson
hey autobots is here we go today we are going to learn about

susan

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anthony

susan

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was a teacher was a speaker around the country and she fought for women's rights especially a woman's right to vote let's look at the life of this extraordinary woman

susan

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was born in 1820 to a quaker family the quakers are a type of religious group and the quakers believe that men and women should have equal rights this had a big impact on

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when she was a child
susan b anthony first and second grade social studies lesson
now back then only men were allowed to vote this made

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very frustrated she thought it was only fair for women to be able to vote too

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was a teacher but quit when she saw how unfairly women were paid

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decided to travel the country making speeches she wanted everyone in the country to hear about the cause of women's rights many people disagreed with her sometimes people would shout at her or even throw eggs at her when she spoke but guess what she
susan b anthony first and second grade social studies lesson
never gave up in 1872

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voted even though it was illegal she was arrested for doing what she felt was right and guess what she refused to pay the fine she said that she would not pay a fine that was unjust or unfair

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continued to fight for women's rights until she died in 1906 and because of her in 1920 14 years after she passed away women won the right to vote in 1972 to celebrate all she did in life

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became the

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woman to be on a us coin it
susan b anthony first and second grade social studies lesson
was called the

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dollar

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what an amazing life she led she was a teacher she was a speaker around the country and she fought for women's rights and she made a huge difference that we still experience today thank you so much for watching this video on

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we hope that it was inspirational and we hope that you learned something new and we hope to see you again soon