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Webisode 9: Working for Freedom
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The Battle of Little Big Horn
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It is not only blacks that are being treated unfairly. It's also true for Native Americans. Out west, in 1876, though the Sioux Indians are victorious at the battle of the Little Bighorn See It Now - The Battle of Little Big Horn, it will turn out to be their last big win. For Native Americans the real battle is almost over. They have lost control of most of their land.

But there is an even larger group that is being unfairly treated in 1876. It is a group that includes fully half of all Americans, none of whom have the right to vote. Now, who might that be?


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A group of women organized the National Woman Suffrage Association in 1869, after the Fifteenth Amendment had given the vote to black men.


Did you know that Freedom is adapted from the award-winning Oxford University Press multi-volume book series, A History of US by Joy Hakim?



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