According to the United Nations, gender equality means that women and men enjoy the same conditions to fully realize human rights and have the opportunity to contribute and enjoy the fruits of social development in general. . In the US, social organizations took more than 70 years (from 1848 to 1920) to fight and give women some basic rights such as: Right to protection; equal rights for women of color in particular and women in general; improve living conditions, wages and voting rights in the United States. Some human rights activists also sacrifice their lives to fight for these rights. But in many other countries, gender inequalities persist.