Paper- Martin Luther
(10.11.) Birth in Eisleben 1488 Admittance to Latin School 1501 Academic Studies of
Jurisprudence in Erfurt 1505
(17.07.) Monk in Erfurt1507 Con
Essay about women’s
emancipation from M. Niaré
If you don't like
something, change it.
If you can't change it, change your attitude.
~ Maya Angelou ~
But how has the emancipation movement
changed that she can claim such a thoughtless thing today? In my opinion, there are three different
classification areas of the emancipation of women. This is important to say
because the division of the three areas influenced the development of women’s
emancipation. The first classification area is the woman in the society.
second are the woman and her profession. The constitution says that women and men
have to be equal. I think for this it is important to
say that the girls have already surpassed the men in the education. The last
classification area is the woman and the family. By now the legal equality of women
and men in marriage has been fixed in several law steps.
A hundred years ago
the women dreamed of this.
I write about the development of women emancipation
until the 12th and 13th century until now to come closer
to the history and for the understanding. There were three different
emancipation movements which are significant and still on our mind. The first
was between the 12th and 13th century. The movement is
still famous with the name Beginen-movement.
But it didn’t have many followers
or supporters-they didn’t question the church and had really religious views on
the world. The second movement was after the French revolution at the beginning
of the 19th century. The movement had at only male supporters and followers at
first. They found fast female supporters who deployed themselves for freedom
The movement was named Suffragetten (like the name says-they
deployed for the suffrage) It was the first movement which tried to remove
themselves from the church. The third and last big and famous emancipation
movement was after the Second World War. It was a result out of the industrialization
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Dr. Maya Angelou was born on April 4th,
1928, in St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Angelou experienced the brutality of racial
discrimination. But she also absorbed values of traditional African-American
family, community, and culture.
As a teenager Maya Angelou won with her
passion for art, dance and drama a scholarship. In the age of fourteen she
dropped out of school to become San Francisco’s first African-American female
cable car conductor. She later finished high school. Maya Angelou became her
first son a few weeks after graduation. As a single mother she supported her
son with part-time jobs but her ardor for dance, performance and poetry took