Seneca Falls Convention
The Seneca Falls Convention in 1848 was the first major gathering for women's rights. The Declaration of Sentiments, or Declaration of Rights and Sentiments, marked the beginning of the modern women's movement in the United States.
Right wing lies about Seneca Falls Convention
Many right wing nut jobs claim that feminism is Marxist[wp] in origin. This claim is very easy to debunk. A simple Google search will show that the convention in July 1848 lasted two days, and the two main groups attending were Protestant Christians[wp] and Quakers[wp].
This convention was basically the birth of modern feminism.
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