SAS Institute Inc. (Producer). (2016).Voting Rights for Women [Motion picture]. Retrieved from

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This resource addresses the topical question regarding civil rights and democracy for oppressed groups and the acquisition of civil rights. It also gives an account of the differing opinions that various individuals had about the government and democracy. Additionally, learning targets regarding civil rights nationally and locally, as well as struggles faced in gaining rights will be met. The students can listen to the resources to learn about the movements women took part in to gain rights, specifically, the right to vote. I really like how interactive this resource is. I can skip over certain sections when letting the students listen in order to modify the lesson to fit my learning targets.


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