Essay On Feminist Movement

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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”(Margaret Mead) There have been many protests, riots, and revolutions all over the world from ancient eras to our modern day. Each one of those has made the world what it is today. One of the most important protests was the feminist movement .Feminism is the advocacy of women 's rights to the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men. The feminist movement started hundreds of years ago and till this day its legacy continues. The feminist movement was a series of protests in which women all over the world have fought to be equal under the law as men, and as as result women are able to vote, choose different carers, have a greater access to education, and many more.

The feminist movement also known as the women 's liberation movement or the fight for women 's rights was a collection of events in which women and some men in America participated in to help women become equal under the law with men. This
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The feminist movement has helped changed apart of our world, especially for females. The effort and work put into it and the results have strengthened and empowered people around the world to take action. Many protests, riots, and revolutions have taken place all over the world. Some benefit and others do damage. The kind of protests that benefit us are the one ones the change the world into a better place for generations to come. The feminist movement did just that. It started way back in the 1800’s, but people continue to follow its actions and path that it had paved for women. America has been know as a free and equal country, but how can people say that when half the population was not as accepted. “We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back.” (Malala

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