Canada Before and After the Second Wave Women's Movement (1867…
Canada Before and After the Second Wave Women's Movement
Had little to no rights according to health. Women were more likely to be helping people with their health then focussing on their own.
Encouraged total abstinence from alcohol. It was one of the leading forces in bringing about prohibition.
Children younger than nine were not allowed to work, those aged 9–16 could work 16 hours per day. They eventually raised the age to 12
Is the right of women to vote in elections. In Canada, women were aloud to vote for the first time in 1916.
Campaigns in support of peace
Initially the campaigns supporting peace were to stop wars. Then they used the idea to bring peace among everyone.
Is the unequal distribution of academic resources, including but not limited to; school funding, qualified and experienced teachers, books, and technologies to socially excluded communities.
Women did not have a fair chance of getting jobs like men did. They had specific jobs they were devoted to. (House cleaning, cooking) They had no choice or say in what they did.
End to violence against women
Since women were not considered "persons" until 1929, they were violated a lot of the time. During this time period, there was still a great deal of violence towards women. They did not know how to handle it.
Engaged in Multiple campaigns
People engaged in campaigns to help decrease gender inequality, Campaigns are series of military operations intended to achieve a particular objective, confined to a particular area
Ended the state of being extremely poor.
The 1900's and 2000's are 2 different ways of life. In 2017 today, females are starting to have just as much power as men because of all of the movements that has happened in the past. Women now have equal oppertunities for education and employment. We now have the right to vote and be considered "perosns".