THANK YOU, EMMELINE!!! Suffragette (women's rights movement) Emmeline Pankhurst being arrested after protesting near Buckingham Palace. London, England, [1907-1914].

Emmeline Pankhurst being arrested after protesting near Buckingham Palace, London, May Emmeline Pankhurst was a British political activist and leader of the British suffragette movement that helped women win the right to vote.

Women's History Month: Gloria Steinem #quote #inspiration

13 Dates in Women’s History You Need to Know

Gloria Steinem: "Don't think about making women fit the world - think about making the world fit women.

"Get it straight: I'm not a humanitarian, I'm a hell-raiser." 1912 speech given by activist Mother Jones to West Virginia miners. She was a fearless fighter for workers’ rights.

The Eloquent Woman: Famous Speech Friday: Mother Jones Speaks Before Striking West Virginia Miners

First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt allowed only female journalists at her press conference, ensuring that newspapers would have to hire women.

﴾͡๏̯͡๏﴿ Ƒմɳ ֆ Ïɳ৳ҽɽҽʂ৳Ꭵɳɠ Ƒąç৳ʂ ﴾͡๏̯͡๏﴿ ᏇɦᎧ ҠɳҽᏇ? ﴾͡๏̯͡๏﴿ ~ Eleanor Roosevelt = feminist

Mary Church Terrell, (1863 – 1954), daughter of former slaves, was one of the first black women to earn a college degree. She became an activist who led several important associations, including the National Association of Colored Women, and worked for civil rights and suffrage. Active in the Republican Party, she was president of the Women's Republican League during W. G. Harding's 1920 presidential campaign and the first election in which all American women were given the right to vote.

Mary Church Terrell, – daughter of former slaves, was one of the first black women to earn a college degree. She became an activist who led several important associations, including the National Association of Colored Women, and worked for ci

Suffragettes. Some of the women who were force fed in prison suffered Long-term health consequences for years to come

The forgotten suffragettes: From the vote to being able to wear comfortable clothes, the little-known women who fought for the rights we take for granted today

Suffragettes. Some of the women who were force fed in prison suffered Long-term health consequences for years to come

Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Women’s History Month: 5 Suffragettes Who Wouldn’t Quit | Levo League | #womensrights #womenshistorymonth #whm

Women’s History Month: 5 Suffragettes Who Wouldn’t Quit

Emily Wilding Davison (1872 - 1913) is remembered as the woman who died by "throwing herself" under the hoofs of Anmer, King George V's horse on June 4, 1913 at the Epsom Derby in support of the British suffragette movement. She was trampled and died a few days later, never having regained consciousness. She is is buried in St Mary's church yard, Morpeth, in Northumberland, and her gravestone bears the WSPU slogan, "Deeds not words."

Emily Wilding Davison - is remembered as the woman who died by "throwing herself" under the hoofs of Anmer, King George V's horse on June 1913 in support of the British suffragette movement.

'Let them starve, views of public men, June 9' This headline refers to the response of the authorities to the problem of hunger striking suffragette prisoners.

'Let them starve, views of public men, June This headline refers to the response of the authorities to the problem of hunger striking suffragette prisoners.

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"What is a Suffragette without a suffering household" - United States Anti-Suffrage Poster

Vintage Anti-Suffrage Posters Show Why Men Were Scared To Give Women The Vote

"What is a Suffragette without a suffering household" - U. anti-suffrage poster (subtle too)

Emma Goldman was arrested over 15 times in her lifetime. Some of her most notable arrests were for discouraging men from registering for the draft, telling unemployed workers to take bread from the wealthy, and promoting the use of birth control. Her commitment to defying the status quo was anything but ordinary.

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Kate Sheppard: New Zealand's feminist pioneer who helped bring about universal suffrage there in 1893.

Kate Sheppard, the most prominent member of New Zealand's women's suffrage movement. New Zealand was the first country to introduce universal suffrage so Sheppard's work had a considerable impact on women's suffrage movements in other countries

The suffragette Lilian Hickling just released from Holloway prison having…

The suffragette Lilian Hickling just released from Holloway prison having endured hunger strike.

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