Harriet “Hattie” Redmond was a leader in the long struggle for Oregon woman suffrage, especially during the successful campaign of 1912. The right to vote was especially important to Redmond as a black woman living in a state that had codified black exclusion laws in its constitution.
Annie Kenney, - Suffragette who spent three days in prison for daring to ask Churchill and Sir Edward Grey if they believed women should have the right to vote. Neither man replied. MY Grandma - E Grey (Winley) was a suffragette
Another "anti-feminist" just blatantly making shit up. Probably while personally benefitting from the rights obtained through the actions of feminists, while simultaneously denouncing the movement.
Presidential History Geeks - Cal Coolidge and Native Rights. On June 1924 that Coolidge signed the Indian Citizenship Act into law, granting citizenship to all Native Americans born within the territorial limits of the United States.
To be fair, some bureaucratic forms of Socialism have prioritized production over humanity, but bureaucratic Socialism only ever existed in politically unstable countries - destabilized by capitalist imperialism
In 1897 small groups of women joined forces to form the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies. (NUWSS) led by Millicent Garrett Fawcett who maintained that peaceful protests were the only way to achieve equal rights for women. Millicent strongly be
Brave women have fought for women's equality since Our right to vote wasn't even won until and there is so much more. The history of women's rights is long and rich with brave women and important gains.and we will continue to carry the torch.
Dora Lewis, on the infamous “Night of Terror” at Occoquan Workhouse, was hurled bodily into her cell. She was knocked unconscious and feared dead when she collided headfirst against her iron bed frame.