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Iron Jawed Angels Viewing Guide:Complete these questions as you watch the film. They are in order in the film.What religion is Alice Paul? QuakerHow do the two women decide who will get to buy the hat? Flip a coinWhy do the two older women (Carrie Chapman Catt and Rev. Shaw) think that it’s not a good idea to work for a constitutional amendment for women’s suffrage? Not politically practicalAccording to Lucy Stone, organizing a parade is not the same as what? throwing a Dinner PartyWhat does the factory worker want rather than a petition to sign (or the right to vote)? raiseAlice tells the factory workers about a well-publicized factory fire that happened a month ago. What does she say a vote is? aFire Escape for the workers.Who does Alice want to meet? Helen KellerIda Wells Barnett arrives to offer help to Alice and Lucy from the Chicago delegation. Why is she upset? Black women aren’t allowed to march with white womenWhy are the women getting all prettied up? To solicit donationsWhat is the new suffragist like according to Alice Paul? youngWhat newspaper does Ben Weisman (played by Patrick Dempsey) work for? Washington PostAlice tells Ben she can’t meet with him because she is having dinner with whom? Helen Keller Who did Alice’s desk belong to? Susan B. AnthonyWhat groups of women do you see represented in the parade? College educated, immigrants, mothers, African-American, Alice wants to use the publicity from the march to go visit whom? President WilsonWhere do the ladies go after the visit? The moviesWhy does Senator Leighton tell his wife the Senate voted down the amendment? They know they have their hands full raising children.What did Paul’s editorial urge women to Boycott? President Wilson Why does Alice go to visit Ben? To get his paper to print her editorialSenator Leighton’s wife stops by the headquarters. What doe Alice ask her to do? Type a letterWho does Ben bring to dinner instead of a newspaper editor? His son.What does the NAWSA board vote to do with Paul’s committee? Suspend it and investigate the fundingWhat does Lucy Burns urge Alice to do in response? Split with NAWSAThe newly formed National Women’s Party is a single issue party with what as its goal? Constitutional amendment for suffrageCarrie Catt is opposed to the NWP because she thinks it amounts to an endorsement for who? The Republican partyInez Milholland is too tired to go to California because she’s been working in Europe for what? Peace in EuropeWhat does Ben have that entices Alice to stop working and go with him? A carSenator Leighton is mad when he finds out his wife has done what? Donated to NWPWhat happens to Inez as she is speaking in support of suffrage? Collapses, diesWhere does Alice because she feels bad about Inez? HomeWhat is the next tactic that the NWP tries? Picketing the white houseHow long do they claim they will they keep up this? Until the constitution is amendedWhile Lucy is reading the news of the picket, what other news does she share about Britain?More ships sunkWhy doesn’t Alice want a relationship?Why doesn’t Mrs. Leighton tell her husband about her support for suffrage? The US is declaring warWhy does the US entry into war change the fight for suffrage?What happens to the women who picket once the war starts? They are arrestedWhat are the women charged with? Obstructing trafficWhy does Lucy say the women should get to wear their own clothes? They are political prisonersWhat does Senator Leighton do to punish his wife? Sends the children awayWhat is the food like in the prison? Has wormsWhat title do the women give to President Wilson on their new sign? Kaiser WilsonHow does Alice open the window? Throws a shoe through it.Why does Alice go on a hunger strike?What do the women do that makes the prison guard take Alice away? Start singingWhat do prison officials do to Alice to end the hunger strike? force feed herWhat does Alice find in her towel? PaperWho gives Lucy a note? The guardWhy does Mrs. Leighton say she is doing this? For her childrenWhat does Senator Leighton find in his pocket? Alice’s noteWho gets President Wilson to ask for the Constitutional Amendment? Carrie CattWhat color rose do suffrage supporters wear? What color do anti-suffragists wear? Yellow/redWho does Mr. Burr get a telegram from that changed his mind? His motherIroned Jawed Angels Character SheetCharacterPlayed byPhotoAlice Paul: young college graduate fighting for an amendment to the Constitution allowing women’s suffrageHilary SwankLucy Burns: Alice’s friend and partnerFrances O’ConnorCarrie Chapman Catt: a leading woman’s rights advocate. She was a leader of NAWSA and favored a different approach to suffrageAngelica HustonRuza Wenclawska (also known as Rose Winslow): Polish immigrant who became involved in the suffrage movement. She began working in a textile mill in Pennsylvania at age 11 where she developed tuberculosis.Vera FarmigaMabel Vernon: a college friend of Paul’s who works for suffrageBrooke SmithInez Milholland: a lawyer who was involved in many causes: prison reform, labor law, peace, and women’s rights.Julia OrmondEmily Leighton: A fictional character, she plays the wife of a Democratic senator who gets involved in the suffrage movement, reluctantly at first.Molly ParkerRev. Dr. Anna Howard Shaw: a minor character in the movie, but a major figure in the woman’s movement. President of NAWSA, she was an ordained Methodist minister and a medical doctor.Lois SmithBen Weissman: A fictional character who is a newspaper political cartoonist who is sympathetic to the suffrage cause.Patrick DempseyWoodrow Wilson: Elected president in 1912, the beginning of the movie, and then reelected in 1916. In 1917, he leads the US into World War I.Bob Gunton ................
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