During this time, American women launch the world's first equal rights movement, while Blacks build their own universities for equality in education.

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Authors: Centre Communications., Ambrose Video Publishing.
Other Authors: Meyer, Ronald C., Vasquez, Rosa.
Format: Electronic Video Video
Published: New York : Ambrose Video, c2011.
Series:First amendment in the 21st century ; 2.
A History of equal rights in America ; 2.
Online Access:Available via Ambrose Video
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Table of Contents:
  • 1837 : Mary Lyon leads the fight for equality in education
  • 1843 : Juana Briones establishes women's property rights
  • 1848: New York passes the first Married Women's Property Act
  • 1849: Amelia Bloomer founds the Lily
  • 1854 : Blacks begin the struggle for equality in education
  • 1862 : Homestead Act opens up property rights for women.