Women in the U.S. gained the right to vote with the passage of the 19th amendment in 1920. Still, many historians have long-argued that discrimination against women remains an issue in this country. Choose a women/s issue, not including equal pay, and defend or reject the idea that progress has been made or needs to be made in terms of women/s rights.

Choose one of the following TOPIC:
1. There is a common misperception in the United States that English is the official language here. In fact, the U.S. has no official language. Argue for or against English being adopted as this nation official language.

2. Women in the U.S. gained the right to vote with the passage of the 19th amendment in 1920. Still, many historians have long-argued that discrimination against women remains an issue in this country. Choose a women/s issue, not including equal pay, and defend or reject the idea that progress has been made or needs to be made in terms of women/s rights.

3. The Trump administration is considering eliminating the Nation Endowment for the Arts, which supports various kinds of art programs and projects around the country. Argue in support of the Trump proposal or argue against it. You may want to start by finding out exactly what the NEA funds, here: https://www.arts.gov/ (Links to an external site.)

In addition, at least 500 words and three cited sources are required.