English 11 Social Movements Research: The Speeches

Here are the speeches that correspond to each of the social movements:

TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT:
Richmond P. Hobson Argues for Prohibition *
Speech on the Evils of Alcohol by Billy Sunday (HARD COPY ONLY-- See Ms. Ledford)
Temperance and Women's Rights by Elizabeth Cady Stanton *
Do Everything Policy by Frances Willard 
National Prohibition Law by  Fiorella LaGuardia (anti-Prohibition)

ANTISLAVERY MOVEMENT:
On the Injustice of Slavery by Sojourner Truth *
Emancipation Proclamation by Abraham Lincoln *
No Compromise with the Evil of Slavery by William Lloyd Garrison *
Hypocrisy of American Slavery by Fredrick Douglass *

SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT:
Declaration of Sentiments by Elizabeth Cady Stanton *
On Women's Right to Vote by Susan B. Anthony *
Progress of Colored Women by Mary Church Terrell *
Last Hard Fight by Carrie Chapman Catt *

CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT:
Message to Grass Roots by Malcolm X 
And We Shall Overcome by Lyndon B. Johnson
A Time to Break the Silence by Martin Luther King, Jr.
We're On Our Way by Fannie Lou Hamer

WOMEN'S RIGHTS MOVEMENT:
Equal Rights for Women by Shirley Chisholm
The Real Sexual Revolution by Betty Friedan (HARD COPY ONLY-- See Ms. Ledford)

GAY RIGHTS MOVEMENT:
The Hope Speech by Harvey Milk
Tired of the Silence by Harvey Milk (HARD COPY ONLY-- See Ms. Ledford)

ANTIWAR MOVEMENT:
Why I Am Opposed to the Vietnam War by Martin Luther King Jr.
Great Silent Majority by Richard Nixon
Unwinnable War by Robert F. Kennedy 

FARM WORKERS MOVEMENT:
Breaking Bread for Progress by Cesar Chavez (HARD COPY ONLY-- See Ms. Ledford)
He Showed Us the Way by Cesar Chavez
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