My Beliefs on Women Equality

Posted by Ayesha Garcia Arizona
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My topic is about how women equality is something that women strive to have but haven't yet accomplished. In this country that we are living in men have a bigger say in what happens to women.

America is a place where everyone is equal even men and women but we don’t stay true to those words. We are apart of one nation that stands by the word “Freedom”. But we don’t show it this inequality led to a march in 2017 it was called the Women’s March on Washington.This march was to protest the fact that men get a say in what happens to women and women as a whole are kept silenced. We are not given a chance to talk about our take on a subject. It is beyond insulting how much women stand up for there voice to be heard but keep getting treated like they’re children. As if it is none of there concern. Our country as a whole needs to do better by keeping those words wrapped around our hearts. Freedom, Equality, and Liberty is the reason everyone strives for this “American Dream”. “The first people to come to America also came in search of a better life”. This is talking about how being in search for a better life isn’t just this new thing it’s something people have been dreaming of for a long time and have been moving to America in search for it. But “Fewer than one in five Americans feel like they're living the American Dream”. Women around the country have been striving for equality. But women have to work twice as hard as a man does just to get even a small amount of equality and respect that a man gains just by walking into a room. Women march and stand up to men but in the country that we live in that’s not enough to give the same equal rights as men. Everyone is created equal no matter the gender and we need to do better by staying true to those words. 

Published on Apr 9, 2018
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