This inquiry leads students through an investigation of the three waves of feminism. The first wave (1848 to 1920) focused on inequalities like gaining women’s suffrage (the right to vote) and economic, civil, and political rights. In the second wave (1963 to the 1980s), women addressed a wide range of issues, including unofficial inequalities, official legal inequalities, sexuality, inequalities in the family and workplace, and reproductive rights. The third wave extended from the 1990s to the present. Third-wave feminists (1991-present) have changed the outlook with their increasing participation in a range of cultural, scientific, and arts-related activities which has led to their involvement in political organizations and issues.