The Women's Rights Convention, 1848

Pupils explore and discuss the women's movement through the study of specified documents such as the Declaration of Sentiments. As a class, they compare the Declaration of Sentiments to the Declaration of Independence. Students discuss grievances held by women, as well as the ideas of liberty, equality and justice.

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