Sources & Definitions
Peaceful refusal to obey the commands of the government
Advocating for certain changes in government by working directly with officials
To talk to someone in a way that shows that you believe you are more intelligent or better than other people
Your “position” in social structures based on identities such as race, ethnicity, gender, class, sexual orientation, etc.
Approved by a governing body
Sources & Additional Resources
Terborg-Penn, Rosalyn. “African American Women in the Struggle for the Vote: 1850-1920.” Print.
Learning, Barbara. "Katherine Hepburn" (New York: Crown Publishers, 1995), 182.
- Bernard, Michelle. “Despite the tremendous risk, African American women marched for suffrage, too.” Washington Post.
- Zainaldin, Jamil. “Progressive Era.” New Georgia Encyclopedia.
- “‘Durable White Supremacy’: Belle Kearney Puts Black Men in Their Place.” History Matters.
- “Class Versus Gender: Catt Taps Middle-Class and Nativist Fears to Boost Women’s Causes.” History Matters.
- “Woman Suffrage.” Encyclopaedia Britannica.
- “African American Women and Suffrage.” National Women’s History Museum.
- “Alice Paul - Forced Feeding.” Awesome Stories.
- Walton, Mary. “The day the Deltas marched into history.” Washington Post.