Women’s rights

Bias is a judgement for or against something, and prejudice is an unreasonable viewpoint. Over 100 years ago, the rights to go to school, to be employed, own land, vote, or even speak freely were long denied to half of the human race – women. However, the two World Wars gave women an opportunity to stand up against bias and prejudice. This text recounts the rise of women’s rights since the 1800s and the problems that they faced.

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