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PBHS Feminists


British; "A Vindication of the Rights of Women" 1792 Mary Wollstonecraft
Mother of Mary Shelley Mary Wollstonecraft
Quaker who helped found Swarthmore College Lucretia Mott
Excluded and segregated men at World Anti-Slavery Convention in London in 1840 Lucretia Mott
Mentor of Stanton Lucretia Mott
First President of American Equal Rights Assoc. Lucretia Mott
Born into slavery as Isabella Baumfree in Dutch-speaking New York Sojourner Truth
Changed her name when converted to Methodism telling friends the spirit called her Sojourner Truth
At 1851 Ohio Women's Rights Convention declared she had "as much muscle as any man" in speech, "Ain't I a Woman?" Sojourner Truth
"On Liberty" John Stuart Mill
"Utilitarianism" John Stuart Mill
co-authored (debated) "The Subjugation of Women" with wife Harriet Taylor John Stuart Mill
"Declaration of Sentiments" presented at first women's rights conference at Seneca Falls, New York in 1848 Elizabeth Cady Stanton
"We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women are created equal" (in the Declaration of Sentiments) Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Collaborator with Susan B. Anthony Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Co-founders of the first women's temperance society in 1850s Stanton and Anthony
journal co-founded by Stanton and Anthony "The Revolution"
She was arrested and convicted for voting in a presidential election Susan B. Anthony
Defended her right to vote in the Presidential election using the 14th Amendment Anthony
Co-founded the National Woman Suffrage Assoc. Stanton and Anthony
Most outspoken and most famous proponent of women's suffrage in U.S. Susan B. Anthony
Most prominent women's suffragist in UK Emmeline Pankhurst
hunger strikes in jail led to Cat and Mouse Act (release and re-arrest after regaining health) Emmeline Pankhurst
Her persistence caused Parliament to begin granting voting rights to women in 1918 Emmeline Pankhurst
Founded American Birth Control League Margaret Sanger
American Birth Control League evolved into this Planned Parenthood
gave up nursing in New York City when patient died of self-induced abortion Margaret Sanger
"What Every Mother Should Know" and "What Every Girl Should Know" Margaret Sanger
Challenged the Comstock Law about "obscene texts" (education about contraception)through "The Woman Rebel" Margaret Sanger
A lover of Jean-Paul Sartre Simone de Beauvoir
"One is not born a woman, but becomes one." Simone de Beauvoir
Author of "The Feminine Mystique" Betty Friedan
One of the founders of NOW; Smith College graduate who advocated education and seeking work outside the home Betty Friedan
Journalist and editor and founder of Ms. magazine Gloria Steinem
"A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle" Gloria Steinem
undercover Playboy Bunny; advocate of abortion rights--had, had an abortion Gloria Steinem
She died when she ran in front of King George V's horse at the Epsom Derby with a "Votes for Women" banner to protest arrest of Pankhurst Emily Davison
"A woman's place is in the House-House of Representatives" Bella Abzug
First black female presidential candidate for major party 1972 (Congresswoman from New York) Shirley Chisholm
First female elected to both houses and FIRST major party presidential nominee Margaret Chase Smith
Testified about sexual harassment at Clarence Thomas Supreme Court confirmation hearings Anita Hill
Attacked "Rokeby Venus" also known as "the Toilet of Venus" by Velazquez with meat cleaver Mary Richardson
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