5 women's rights signs from the past that won't look out of place now
1. Women against the rape and violence of women
On 21 April 1984 in Boston, women's groups shouted "We're going to stop rape now" after the treatment of a rape victim in trial.
2. Women against laws that affect their bodies and choice
On 9 April 1989, pro-choice campaigners marched for Women's Equality in Washington.
3. Women against sexual exploitation
Feminists protested at the Royal Albert Hall in London against the Miss World contest on 10 November 1971.
4. Women against strict and traditional gender roles
Women protested for rights during Richard Nixon's inauguration weekend in Washington in January 1969.
5. Women against unequal pay
In a photo captured in the '70s, a woman in Ohio protested against womens' lower salaries.
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