Saturday, 8 March 2014

Women's Rights are Human Rights.

"We need to steer clear of this poverty of ambition , where people want to drive fancy cars and wear nice clothes and live in nice apartments but don't want to work hard to accomplish these things. Every one should try to realize their full potential. " - Barack Obama spoke these very words one after noon in office. Saturday, March 1st will be women's history month in 2014.

When in 1980, President Jimmy Carter, has declared March 8th , as national women's day in 1911. In 1987, the year that I was born , the women's theme was set to be as  "Generations of Courage , Compassion , and Conviction. "

The theme for the 2014 women's month will be " Celebrating Women of Character, Courage and Commitment. "

 NGO is a None Government organization that work with victims of trafficking  and also addressed many different faces when one was to attempt reintregate. There are a few offices regarding these issues. These offices are that include, "Office of Democratic Institutions and Human Rights " , Of Anti - Trafficking Legislative Review. " and a few others that exist as of today.

United Nations released a pdf file of guide lines to prevent such thing as women trafficking.
Each state must follow this protocol, United Nations stated. The protocol as follows goes, each state must address all aspects of trafficking in person, concerns, recalling general assembly 53/111  of 9 December 1998.

 Also the first protocol for the United Nations to follow is "The Religion with the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. " And there are over  a few articles written in the United Nations agenda rule of book.

Mary Marshall and Mary Allen on board nurses in in an aboard Commodore Stephen Decatur's ship United States in War of 1812. There are as of now at least 214, 098 women serving in the United States Army in total. And the statistics breaks down the total from military, navy and air force.

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California and Colorado are some of the states that hold women in congress such as, Tulsi Gabbard in Hawaii who is a congress woman. Candice Miller, woman in congress in Michigan and others follow as well. 

Jane Adams, Susan B Anthony, Mary Antoinette, Saint Jone of Arc, Aspasia of Miletus, Clara Barton and many more are all women of faces of American history. Jane Adams who was born in September 6th, 1860 of a small town of Cedarville , Illinois was one of eight children.  In 1931, Jane received a Nobel Prize for all she did which included her work with written books on prostitution, women's rights, juvenile delinquency , and militarism, who which she was very nobel for.

Susan B Anthony was very well known for her roll in creating the Women's State Temperance Society. She was also a part of Anti - Slavery Society from 1856 to 1861. Who she later wrote the Susan B. Anthony amendment in 1878. The amendment was the revision of the sixteenth amendment, which stated," The Right of citizens to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any states on account of sex. "

The nineteenth amendment is a law that allows the state to determine the qualifications for voting,  and until the 1910 most states disenfranchised women. The Civil War hit hard on women. The thirteen, fourteen and fifteenth amendments suffrages as civil rights laws. But was hard to attain as the real amendment for the nineteenth amendment.

When congress proposed the nineteenth amendment on June 4th, 1919, the thirty six states also passed the amendment within periods of times.

Contributed by Anastasia Khramova

Buhle, Mari Jo and Paul Buhle.  The Concise History of Woman Suffrage: Selections From History of Woman Suffrage. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2005.

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