anonymous
  • anonymous
in what way did quakers promote equality for women? they allowed women to open buisnesses they allowed women to hold slaves they allowed women to fight in battle they allowed women to work in heavy industry they allowed women to preach
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  • katieb
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wwhitlock
  • wwhitlock
Quakers are against slavery and fighting in war. Their men do neither of those things. I'm thinkin' they wouldn't want women to do them eiter.
jgirl128
  • jgirl128
"For many outside observers during the first hundred years of Quakerism, the most surprising aspect of Quakerism was the fact that "ministry" – the prerogative to speak during a Quaker meeting – was open to women from the very beginnings of the movement in the 1650s." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quaker_views_on_women ^^ that quote should give you your answer.

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