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Annie Kenney | Adela Pankurst and Annie Kenney in the arboretum, 1910 - photo from ...

Annie Kenney | Adela Pankurst and Annie Kenney in the arboretum, 1910 - photo from ...

Christabel Pankhurst (22 September 1880 – 13 February 1958) was a suffragette born in Manchester, England. A co-founder of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU), she directed its militant actions from exile in France from 1912 to 1913. In 1914 she became a fervent supporter of the war against Germany. After the war she moved to the United States, where she worked as an evangelist for the Second Adventist movement.

Christabel Pankhurst (22 September 1880 – 13 February 1958) was a suffragette born in Manchester, England. A co-founder of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU), she directed its militant actions from exile in France from 1912 to 1913. In 1914 she became a fervent supporter of the war against Germany. After the war she moved to the United States, where she worked as an evangelist for the Second Adventist movement.

1970: Women protest for equal pay in Detroit.

13 Photos Of Women Fighting For Equal Pay Throughout History

This is a photo of Susan B. Anthony in 1872 getting beaten and arrested for trying to vote when it was illegal for women to do so.

This is a photo of Susan B. Anthony in 1872 getting beaten and arrested for trying to vote when it was illegal for women to do so.

A forgotten story of radical Manchester women in 1915 One hundred years ago a group of Manchester women signed an open letter to the women of Germany and Austria sending their solemn greetings and declaring that they wished for peace. They received warm and heartfelt thanks from the German and Austrian women. The letter is an important part of the international women's movement for peace. Join Dr Alison Ronan for an illustrated talk on the letter, its historical context and the stories of…

A forgotten story of radical Manchester women in 1915 One hundred years ago a group of Manchester women signed an open letter to the women of Germany and Austria sending their solemn greetings and declaring that they wished for peace. They received warm and heartfelt thanks from the German and Austrian women. The letter is an important part of the international women's movement for peace. Join Dr Alison Ronan for an illustrated talk on the letter, its historical context and the stories of…

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