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women's history. Every text is available in at least three levels of complexity

Every Text is Available in at Least Three Levels of Complexity

4th Grade Reading Level

When gender determines who can vote, half of the people of any state lose their right to vote. It is like declaring a person guilty without a trial. It goes against the law of the land. It denies liberty to women and future generations of women. 

6th Grade Reading Level

For any state to make sex a qualification for voting results in the loss of the rights of half of its people. It is to declare them guilty without a trial, or to pass an ex post facto law. It is a violation of the supreme law of the land.It withholds the blessings of liberty from women and their future generations.

8th Grade Reading Level

For any State to make sex a qualification that must ever result in the disfranchisement of one entire half of the people is to pass a bill of attainder, or an ex post facto law, and is therefore a violation of the supreme law of the land. By it the blessings of liberty are forever withheld from women and their female posterity.



Susan B. Anthony: Women's Rights

This biography of Susan B. Anthony, a prominent American suffragist ...

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Helen Keller: My Soul's Birthday

Helen Keller, an American author, political activist, and lecturer, was the first...

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Harriet Tubman: The Line to Freedom

This biography of Harriet Tubman not only describes her struggles as a slave, but also captures snapshots of

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Classic Fiction

Bernice Bobs Her Hair

With a story based on letters he sent to his younger sister, Annabel, F. Scott Fitzgerald weaves an ....

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The Story of an Hour

“The Story of an Hour,” written by Kate Chopin, was ahead of its time. The story captures the  .....

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The Yellow Wallpaper

The Yellow Wallpaper is regarded as an important early work of American feminist literature, illustrating attitudes in the 19th ...

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The Mark On The Wall

Virginia Woolf centers this piece around the idea that there is a mysterious mark on the wall.

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Myths and Folktales

The Mermaid and the Prince

The Mermaid And The Prince, while likely a popular choice for reluctant readers...

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Pandora's Box

Besides being a good choice for a class studying Greek mythology, this adapted text also offers a lesso...

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The Disneyfication of Fairy Tales

In the process of bringing classic fairy tales to a wider audience, Disney has sanitized the more...

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Social Studies

Forget About Sex And Violence: Movies Now Rate For Gender Bias

This informative book about the Bechdel test teaches students about an ...

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What If Harry Potter Had Been Named Harriet?

This book raises a compelling question, what if Harry Potter had been named Hariret?

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Primary Source Documents

The Declaration Of Sentiments

Written by American activist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, “The Declaration of Rights and Sentiments” ....

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Are Women Persons?

During the presidential election of 1872, Susan B. Anthony famously cast her ballot, and was fined $100 by the United ...

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