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Anthony (1820-1906) “Organize, agitate, educate, must be our war cry.” Susan Brownell Anthony was born in 1820 into a Quaker family where men and women were considered equals. Committed to social justice at an early age, she worked tirelessly on causes to improve the lives of laborers, African Americans and women. Though she was an ardent abolitionist and temperance campaigner, Anthony is most remembered as a feminist, who in her 50-year partnership with Elizabeth Cady Stanton, laid down and executed the strategy that eventually would lead to winning women the right to vote. Susan B. Anthony - Women's Rights National Historical Park (U.S. National Park Service) Susan B.
Anthony(1820-1906) is perhaps the most widely known suffragist of her generation and has become an icon of the woman’s suffrage movement. Anthony traveled the country to give speeches, circulate petitions, and organize local women’s rights organizations. Anthony was born in Adams, Massachusetts. Susan B. Anthony - Publisher, Civil Rights Activist, Editor, Women's Rights Activist, Journalist. “I do not demand equal pay for any women save those who do equal work in value.
Scorn to be coddled by your employers; make them understand that you are in their service as workers, not as women.” “I have given my life and all I am to it, and now I want my last act to be to give it all I have, to the last cent.” “Woman must have a purse of her own, and how can this be, so long as the wife is denied the right to her individual and joint earnings.” “Here, in the first paragraph of the Declaration, is the assertion of the natural right of all to the ballot; for how can "the consent of the governed" be given, if the right to vote be denied?”
Susan B. Anthony - Women’s History. Born on February 15, 1820, in Adams, Massachusetts, Anthony grew up in a politically active family.
They worked to end slavery in what was called the abolitionist movement. They were also part of the temperance movement, which wanted the production and sale of alcohol limited or stopped completely. Anthony was inspired to fight for women’s rights while campaigning against alcohol. She denied a chance to speak at a temperance convention because she was a woman.