The Role Of Women's Suffrage In Higher Education

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By 1960, students from four colleges marched to Nashville downtown stores in a sit-in a nonviolent protest in their effort to end with racial segregation. They were insulted and attacked with rocks by white students and also incarcerated without a reason, but they never gave up. At the end, social institutions responded in a great and positive way, serving the students as they deserved. Since 2010, a series of peaceful marches and sits-in had been occurred throughout the country looking for the approval of the DREAM Act. Undocumented students of all countries are asking for a change of to legalize their immigration status and have the opportunity to complete their higher education.

The women’s suffrage in the United States started since 1756.

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