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You can directly support Crash Course at https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content. In which John Green teaches you about American women in the Progressive Era and, well, the progress they made. So the big deal is, of course, the right to vote women gained when the 19th amendment was passed and ratified. But women made a lot of other gains in the 30 years between 1890 and 1920. More women joined the workforce, they acquired lots of other legal rights related to property, and they also became key consumers in the industrial economy. Women also continued to play a vital role in reform movements. Sadly, they got...
British actor Emma Watson gave a rousing speech on gender equality and women's rights to the United Nations, saying that, "If we stop defining each other by what we are not and start defining ourselves by who we are, we can all be freer". The Harry Potter star was speaking at the launch of the HeForShe campaign, which encourages men and boys to speak out in support of gender equality.
When we, the young people were losing our confident over the politicians, Michelle Obama showed us the light of Hope. She proved that some politicians like Hillary Clinton can be our role model in life. Michelle Obama taught us who to select as a role model of our life and why. Her speech was not only for the election campaign but also to raise the women rights around the world. She also explained clearly that if we choose Donald Trump as a president of United States, what message we will give to our kids, especially to the girls about the insulting attitude over women's body. Even to Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton is better than her Barak Obama and Bill Clinton! ================================================== Copyright: I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHTS! Under fair use for news reportin...
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"Global Voices" produced for the Global Forum "Women's Rights as Human Rights." The "Women's Rights as Human Rights" conference links international human rights to local human rights work. The conference is organized around three of the principal challenges facing women seeking to realize their internationally recognized human rights: access to education; physical security; and economic hardship.
Women in Islam are thought to be subjugated, degraded, oppressed – but are they really? Are millions of Muslims simply that oppressive or are these misconceptions fabricated by a biased media? And for women are rights over men, similar to those of men over women.”Qur’an (2:228) Over fourteen hundred years ago, Islam gave women rights ... https://youtu.be/jn7OEoDXmWw https://youtube.com/islamicreminder http://plus.google.com/+IslamicReminder https://facebook/islamicreminder https://twitter.com/islamicrem http://www.islamicreminder.com
Emma Watson, British actor and UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, co-hosts a special event for UN Women’s HeForShe campaign. The HeForShe campaign is a solidarity movement for gender equality which calls upon men and boys to help end the persisting inequalities faced by women and girls globally. Full event coverage: http://webtv.un.org/search/launch-of-the-heforshe-campaign-special-event/3797140848001?term=heforshe
Less than a hundred years ago in the United States, women weren't allowed to vote. Now, for the first time ever, one of the two major political parties has nominated a woman to be their choice for President. Mr. Q is joined by a special guest to explain how brave activists called Suffragettes got things to change.
Alice and Neil talk about British suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst and her struggle to get women a better life. Vocabulary role models people looked to by others as examples to be followed suffragettes women who campaigned for the right for women to vote lobbied tried to persuade electorate people who are allowed to vote plight bad situation raised their profile get noticed impromptu unplanned militant aggressive direct action the use of demonstrations, strikes, or violence to achieve a goal Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzk-mhcOoZqRVflzAZ0S37A?sub_confirmation=1 Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/EnglishFromBBC/ website: http://englishfrombbc.com/ Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzk-mhcOoZqRVflzAZ0S37A If there are any copyright issues with any vi...
Throughout history, women all over the world have faced, and largely taken: oppression, abuse, violence, and gender-based discrimination. Many may believe that because women in the United States can vote, and have been granted many of the same rights as men, rights are no longer an issue. Yet within modern western civilization, there are still prevalent issues that women are faced with daily. Women of the world suffer. They have become a commodity, and a symbol of weakness. Women do not recieve equal treatment to men, even within modern western society. This needs to stop.
The year 2008 marked the 90th anniversary of women obtaining the right to vote in Canada. Learn how the franchise for women was achieved in this Telling Times documentary. After Confederation in 1867, all women were excluded from voting: it was the law. In 1916, Manitoba was the first province to give women the vote. On May 24, 1918, the majority of Canadian women were given the right to vote. Immigrants of Asian origin and their descendants, certain religious groups, as well as Inuit and Aboriginal peoples were excluded. It wasn't until 1960 that all women over the age of 18 were given the vote.
In the 1800s, women in the United States had few legal rights and did not have the right to vote. This speech was given by Susan B. Anthony after her arrest for casting an illegal vote in the presidential election of 1872. She was tried and then fined $100 but refused to pay. Susan B. Anthony's Speech on Women's Right to Vote. Go to LearnOutLoud.com to download this and more Great Speeches on mp3. http://www.learnoutloud.com/Catalog/History/World-History/Great-Speeches-in-History/21762
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The University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann gives the opening keynote address at the 18th International Congress on Womens Health Issues: Cities and Womens Health: Global Perspectives. The address was given on April 7, 2010 at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.
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Sat, Feb 1: A hundred years ago, a group of Canadian women marched into the office of the Manitoba premier. They had a petition with thousands of signatures, saying it was time women had the right to vote. What happened next changed the lives of generations of women across this country. Lauren McNabb reports. For more info, please go to http://www.globalnews.ca
This short documentary captures the stories of the UN Women Civil Society Advisory Group members in Ecuador, offering through a personal lens, a look at their lives as women and as gender equality advocates. The most eminent Ecuadorian advocates for gender equality and women's rights, feminists, indigenous leaders and grassroots leaders of all ages are part of the group. The film documents their personal stories and present them as illustrations of the idea that for women, the personal is indeed the political. This short documentary has been produced by the UN Women Civil Society Section in collaboration with the UN Women office in Ecuador.
About the Speaker: NAME: Adv. Faiz Syed DESIGNATION: * Founder & President, Islamic Research Centre, Aurangabad. * President Al-Kitab Education & Welfare Society, Aurangabad. * President, Ilm Foundation, Aurangabad. * President, Zakat Foundation, Aurangabad. * President, Azam Ali Syed Public Library, Aurangabad. * Managing Director, Al-Huda Educational Foundation Pvt. Ltd. * President, Janseva Credit Co-Operative Society Ltd, Br. Aurangabad (A Non Interest Based Islamic Banking System) * Shura Member, All India Dawah Centres Association - AIDCA FATHER'S NAME: Azam Ali Syed (Saudi Aramco Retired) BORN: 12-Dec-1979. OCCUPATION: Business. EDUCATED AT: * Burhani National English High School, Aurangabad. * Maulana Azad College of Arts Science & Commerce, Aurangabad. * Tom Patrick Institu...