Women We Celebrate
Learn more about the amazing trailblazers who made history pursuing equality for women.
Women past and present are included in the group of women we celebrate. These women have contributed to women’s progress in a variety of subject areas.
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Between 1913 and 1920, Lucy Burns was one of the most significant leaders of the women’s suffrage movement in the Unit
Previously a teacher, Mabel Vernon became the first national suffrage organizer for the Congressional Union in 1913.
1888 – 1963
Doris Stevens believed fervently in militancy and in “new woman feminism.”