INSPIRING WOMEN’S RIGHTS ACTIVISTS
ELIZABETH CADY STANTON 1815-1902 Presented Declaration of  Sentiments at first women’s  rights convention held in  1848 ...
GRACE GREENWOOD                   1823-1904                   American author, poet, and                    lecturer    ...
SUSAN B. ANTHONY 1820-1906 Played a pivotal role in the  19th century women’s rights  movement to introduce  women’s suf...
MARIANNE HAINISCH                     1839-1936                     Founder and leader of                      Austrian ...
LUISA CAPETILLO 1879-1922 Considered to be one of  Puerto Rico’s first  suffragists Writer and anarchist who  fought fo...
EMILY HOWARD STOWE                      1831-1903                      First female doctor to                       prac...
HILLARY CLINTON 1947-Present Advocates for women  achieving high  leadership roles Promotes the  Women’s Rights  Treaty...
MICHELLE BACHELET                       1951-Present                       President of Chile from                      ...
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Inspiring women’s rights activists

  1. 1. INSPIRING WOMEN’S RIGHTS ACTIVISTS
  2. 2. ELIZABETH CADY STANTON 1815-1902 Presented Declaration of Sentiments at first women’s rights convention held in 1848 in Seneca Falls, NY Credited with initiating the first women’s rights and women’s suffrage movements in the US
  3. 3. GRACE GREENWOOD  1823-1904  American author, poet, and lecturer  One of the first women to gain access into the Congressional press galleries and used questions to advocate for social reform and women’s rights
  4. 4. SUSAN B. ANTHONY 1820-1906 Played a pivotal role in the 19th century women’s rights movement to introduce women’s suffrage in the US Co-founder of the first Women’s Temperance Movement Co-founded the women’s rights journal The Revolution
  5. 5. MARIANNE HAINISCH  1839-1936  Founder and leader of Austrian women’s movement  Focused on advocating for women’s education and enabling middle class women to access work  Initiated League for Extended Women’s Education which advocated for women to be able to have access to higher education
  6. 6. LUISA CAPETILLO 1879-1922 Considered to be one of Puerto Rico’s first suffragists Writer and anarchist who fought for worker’s and women’s rights Was one of the first women to wear pants in public and went to jail for it and helped pass a minimum wage law
  7. 7. EMILY HOWARD STOWE  1831-1903  First female doctor to practice in Canada  Advocate for womens inclusion in the medical field  Founder of the Canadian Women’s Suffrage Association
  8. 8. HILLARY CLINTON 1947-Present Advocates for women achieving high leadership roles Promotes the Women’s Rights Treaty Role model for young women around the world who have dreams of achieving the political position that she has and beyond
  9. 9. MICHELLE BACHELET  1951-Present  President of Chile from 2006 to 2010  First female president of her country  Shows that women can reach their goals and actually become president; gives hope  Advocates for gender equality and the empowerment of women

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