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Citizenship Rights and Responsibility/SUFFRAGE/ voting

What does suffrage mean? The right to vote
Which Amendment gave the women the right to vote? 19th Amendment
Name the convention which started the right for women to vote. Seneca Falls Convention
Name 2 women involved in the women's rights movement. Elizabeth Stanton, Susan B Anthony or Lucretia Mott
What was the name of the document written at the Seneca Falls Convention? The Declaration of Sentiments. It was written or patterned after the Declaration of Independence.
Which Amendment gave African American Males the right to Vote? 15th Amendment
Which Amendment made slavery in the United States illegal? The 13th Amendment
Which amendment lowered the age to vote to 18 due to sending our young men to fight in the Vietnam war? "Old enough to fight, old enough to vote" was the slogan used to pass this amendment. The 26th Amendment
When the 13, 14th and 15th amendments were passed, why were women angry and disappointed? The 14th amendment made all males (including African Americans) citizens of USA but not women. The 15th allowed all males to vote, but not women. It would take another 70 years before women got to vote because of the 19th Amendment.
Created by: marciebeggs