The 1960s were not only a time for change for African Americans, but for all of womenkind as well. It was in this time period that women finally landed their roles as a dominant force in business, and in politics, and achieved true gender equality. What suffragists such as Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton strove so hard for was brought into fruition, and the tradition of sexism began to fade away from society.
WOMEN STAND THEIR GROUND
Helen Reddy's inspirational song "I Am Woman" played a large role in popular culture, and became an anthem for second-wave feminism, encouraging woman to exercise their right to be leaders in society.