Their passion for the revolution is what drove them the most and what ultimately drove them to involuntarily put their families’ lives at risk. They participated, and were involved in the revolution in spite of the risk of imprisonment and torture. The Mirabal sisters fought until death for what they believe in and the benefit of their country. Over the course of the novel, the Mirabal sisters have shown a strong desire to be in the revolution and free their country from the cruel hands of Trujillo and his regime whilst putting their families in danger. Minerva is the first to give into the revolution as she leaves her children with her sisters and mother while she goes on to try and free the country.
Margaret Sanger “When a motherhood becomes the fruit of a deep yearning, not the result of ignorance or accident, its children will become the foundation of a new race." (Margaret Sanger, 1) Margaret Sanger, known as the founder of birth control, declared this powerful statement. It is reality that the rights that are customary for women in the twentieth century have been the product of the arduous physical and mental work of many courageous women. These individuals fought for the right for women to be respected in both mind and body by bestowing on them the rights to protect their femininity and to gain the equivalent respect given to men. A remarkable woman named Margaret Sanger is the individual who incredibly contributed to the feministic revolution that took place in the 1920’s.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton was not just a mother, daughter, feminist, and writer; but she is the woman who changed the lives of women everywhere by fighting for equality. Stanton lived a normal childhood, but one that motivated her to never give up hope in reaching her goal. A quick background of her life will help better understand why she became such a powerful woman’s rights activist. Also, what she accomplished that changed history and how it still affects us today in 2011. I will also express my individual satisfaction with what this incredible woman has done for women everywhere.
It is very accurate and specific in detail with the incredible campaigns Jane Addams represented. The book, “Jane Addams: Spirit in Action”, was intended to show people what a great woman Addams particularly was. It describes her passion to help individuals in any way she possibly can. It also describes how her life led up to her being a well-organized and successful woman despite her losses. Addams mother passed and was raised by her father who loved her very much.
(Eastman) Ethos, referring to ethics, is displayed by the fact that Eastman was very creditable due to her first-hand experience living as woman during women’s rights movement. She felt women must embark on a bold new crusade for their own freedom and Eastman was certainly willing to go along for the women’s movement campaign. Eastman was highly educated, well versed, believed in her cause and was not afraid to stand up for women’s rights. “She gave hundreds of speeches, organized fund-raising events and lobbied members of Congress while working with the Congressional Union” (Law). Simply put to get a groups attention you have to know what you are talking about.
After clearing the British outposts, she ran into the American army and revealed the British's strategy. With this vital information, the Continental Army was able to thwart the British's plans.11 In the end, the Americans won the American Revolution and independence from the British. In the spirit of the Revolution, women also gained some independence from their confining roles because of their efforts in the war. Greater numbers of young girls were allowed to go to school. More women held jobs, campaigned against slavery, improved prisons and poorhouses conditions, and advocated women's rights.12 Abigail Adams, a fervent advocate of women's rights, wrote to her husband John Adams at the Continental Congress that "If particular care and attention is not paid to the Ladies, we are determined to foment a Rebellion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any Laws in which we have no voice or Representation.
The pain she witnessed allowed her to persevere for the unity of her family. She overcomes many obstacles and endures a lot of pain and suffering to finally gain freedom for herself and her children. The reader can be sure that she will work hard to buy her own house for her family and continue to strive to provide the best for her children. Works Cited Jacobs, Harriet. Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl.
Such as Emmeline, she sacrificed the time she would have spent with her children and instead she went out to protest and started women suffrage organization. She gave up her freedom to prove that women deserve the right to vote. During Odysseus long journey he faced many obstacles the Cyclops, Circe and many more but he did not give up. Emmeline Pankhurst is one of the most important people in history she will be remembered forever, her place in this world will always be remembered and respected. Works Cited "BBC- history- Emmeline Pankhurst.
It is a story about a woman warrior who takes place of her father in battle and returns in victory as a heroine. It evidently shows that her mother tells this story with her sincerest hopes and passions for her. Her mother wishes her to become more than what it was hope for . Even though woman in old China only grow up to be wives and slaves, she hopes and even dilutions of grandeurs for her daughters thrive in their hearts. Story-telling has been an essential part of their childhood.
She was born in a big family with very educated parents. She supported the lives of woman both private and public to change their lives in general. Elizabeth was known for being one of the best women rights fighter. From a small age she knew she wanted to be different, because growing up she saw how unbalanced the lives of women where. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was born on November 12, 1815 in Johnstown,