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52 Powerful Photos Of Women Who Changed History Forever

Women fighting for healthcare and abortion rights in the 1960s. The question is, why are we still fighting to maintain, or even have these rights today? I'll live in a 'post-feminist' world when women's rights and equality are actually a reality.

Women fighting for healthcare and abortion rights in the The question is, why are we still fighting to maintain these rights today? I'll live in a 'post-feminist' world when women's rights and equality are actually a reality.

Emmeline Pankhurst

On this day July, 1858 the birth in Moss Side, Manchester of Emmeline Pankhurst, English Suffragette who led the fight for women's suffrage in Britain, often by violent means

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Protest sign: Gay power, black power, women power, student power, all power to the people.

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An accidental martyr? The 100-year mystery of why suffragette Emily Davison threw herself under the king's horse

Dorothy Newell, an outgoing young woman with a sense of humor, promotes women's enfranchisement by wearing the words "Votes for Women" emblazoned on her back. Suffragists tirelessly publicized their cause in more conventional print forms, churning out banners, flyers, posters, articles, and newspapers © Underwood & Underwood/Underwood & Underwood/Corbis.

Dorothy Newell, an outgoing young woman with a sense of humor, promotes women's enfranchisement by wearing the words "Votes for Women" emblazoned on her

Sixteen-year-old suffragette Dora Thewlis is arrested by two policemen on 20 March 1907 [689 × 940] - Imgur

Sixteen-year-old suffragette Dora Thewlis is arrested by two policemen on 20 March 1907

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Susan B. Anthony was a prominent American civil rights leader who played a pivotal role in the 19th century women's rights movement to introduce women's suffrage into the United States.

"No Self Respecting Woman Should Wish or Work for the Success of a Party that Ignores Her Sex" ….Susan B. Anthony, 1872 and Our Grandmothers had the right Idea

Thank God for the feminest revolution of the '70s. "You have no right to question him." "His topics of conversation are more important than yours." How sexist and this had to have been written by a man or a woman who was brain-washed by a man.

From a home economics textbook intended for high school girls, teaching them how to prepare for married life. A few ones that stuck out to me: "You have no right to question him." "A good wife always knows her place.

10 Reminders From Olde Time-y Suffragettes That You Should Vote!

vintage everyday: These Ridiculous Propaganda Postcards Warn Men About the Dangers of Women’s Rights From the Early Century

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