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#1

Education is the best tool for changing the world. In 1837, this university became the first coeducational college in the United States.

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  • Oberlin College

  • Simmons College

  • Babson College

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#2

In 1869, women living in this part of the country earned the right to vote after the passing of the nation’s first women’s suffrage law.

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  • Nevada

  • Wyoming Territory

  • Maine

  • Dakota Territory

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#3

1916 was a big year for Margaret Sanger. What can women today thank her for doing?

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  • Opening the first birth control clinic in the United States.

  • Submitting legislation on behalf of the national suffragette movement.

  • Refusing to ask for husband’s consent to work.

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#4

Naomi Klein is quoted as saying, “Democracy is not just the right to vote, it’s the right to live in dignity.” In 1920, which constitutional amendment gave women the right to vote?

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  • 15th

  • 19th

  • 21st

  • 27th

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#5

That didn’t take long! Nellie Tayloe Ross was the first elected a female governor in 1924. Which state was she from?

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  • Iowa

  • New Hampshire

  • Wyoming

  • Wisconsin

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#6

Educational amendment Title IX was put in place in 1972 to do what?

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  • Ban gender discrimination in federally funded education programs.

  • Require all public schools to teach comprehensive sex education.

  • Promote rewarding scholarships to female high school graduates.

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