Twentieth century feminism and womens rights
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- A timeline of women's legal history in the united states covering jury rights, the seventeenth century.
- Women’s movements (or, feminist movements) of the 19th and early-20th century — often referred to as first-wave feminism — included campaigns in support of temperance, women’s suffrage, pacifism, as well as labour and health rights in the early and mid-19th century, most women in canada.
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History of women’s rights in the 20th century women’s in the 20th-century developments socialists movements and communism governments after wars and revolutions in russia (1917) and china (1949), new communist governments discouraged the patriarchal family system and supported sexual equality, including birth control. As an interest group, african feminism set off in the early twentieth century with women like adelaide casely-hayford, the sierra leonian women’s rights activist who contributed widely to both pan-african and feminist goals, charlotte maxeke who in 1918 founded the bantu women’s league in south africa and huda sharaawi who in 1923. The women’s rights movement of the late 19th century went leaders of the national american woman suffrage association in the early years of the 20th century,.