Women’s Equality Day 2021: They know how to maintain every relationship. It is women who teach how to combat failures in adverse situations and move towards success.
But amidst all this, a question arises whether women still have equality in every field. Women’s Equality Day is celebrated on August 26 every year to spread awareness about it. Women’s organizations across the country celebrate this day with great fervor. At the same time, they advocate equal rights for women in many fields, including employment, education.
When is Women’s Equality Day celebrated?
In the United States, on August 26, 1920, the 19th Constitutional Amendment gave women the right to vote for the first time. At the same time, from 1971 to August 26, women’s equality day was celebrated from 1971 to 26 August with the efforts of Bella Abzug, a woman lawyer who struggled to give women equality status. Tell us that earlier women in the Us used to get second-class citizen status.
History of Women’s Equality Day
The movement for women’s suffrage was launched before the Civil War in the United States. In the 1830s, most states in the United States had the right to voters only to rich white men.
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