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    Susan B Anthony

    • Ally

      Susan Anthony (1820 - 1906), campaigned against slavery and for the promotion of women’s and workers rights. She began campaigning within the temperance movement and this convinced her of the necessity for women to have the vote. She toured the US giving countless speeches on the subjects of human rights.

    • Meg Miller

      susan-b-anthony-320x240.jpg 320×240 pixels Susan B Anthony - thank you for dedicating over 50 years of your life to help women get the vote! You rock!

    • Wendy Ford

      Susan B. Anthony (02/15/1820 - 03/13/1906). Joined the women's rights movement 1852 and, soon after, dedicated her life to woman suffrage. She also campaigned for the abolition of slavery, the right for women to own property & retain their own earnings, and advocated for women's labor organizations.

    • Lisa Laird

      Susan B. Anthony, social reformer and women’s suffrage leader. She was a champion of women’s rights and campaigned against slavery. She served on the American Anti-Slavery Society. With Elizabeth Cady Stanton, another suffrage leader, Anthony founded the National American Suffrage Association. She often traveled with Stanton to states across the U.S. to win voting rights for women.

    • Joan Shields

      Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906) was an American civil rights leader along with Elizabeth Cady Stanton in the 19th Century working to win the right to vote for women.

    • Amanda Chafin

      Susan B. Anthony (1820- 1906) Women's Rights Activist, Suffragist She began her life-long campaign for woman suffrage when she met Stanton in 1852. They organized the National Woman Suffrage Association in 1869. She edited its newspaper, traveled extensively, organizing and lecturing. When committed people work for justice, she said, "Failure is Impossible." The Nineteenth Amendment, passed in 1920, has been called the "Anthony Amendment" in tribute to the tireless work of this great crusader.

    • Barb Miller

      Susan B Anthony. Leader of Woman Rights Movement

    • Heather Halvorson Wolver

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