Paul then goes on to give two reasons for this teaching:
Equal Pay /Compensation Discrimination. The Equal Pay Act requires that men and women in the same workplace be given equal pay for equal work. The jobs need ...
News of the Seneca Falls Convention spread rapidly and inspired a spate of regional women’s rights meetings. Beginning with a follow-up meeting two weeks later in Rochester, New York, all subsequent women’s rights forums featured female chairs. New England abolitionist Lucy Stone organized the first national convention, held in Worcester, Massachusetts, in 1850. Like Cady Stanton, Stone saw the connection between black emancipation and female emancipation. When criticized for including women’s rights in her anti-slavery speeches, Stone countered: “I was a woman before I was an abolitionist–I must speak for the women.”
Copyright ©2008-2017 , owned by the Independence Hall Association in Philadelphia, founded 1942.