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Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Theodore Parker: Early Religious and Social Reformer.

Although relatively unknown today, Theodore Parker, who lived in the turbulent decades leading up to the Civil War, was an American whose life exerted a tremendous influence upon his own times, and whose thought and actions still reverberate at the very heart of modern day issues. In one speech, Parker used the phrase, “A democracy […]

Margaret Fuller – Great American Women’s Pioneer

The name of Margaret Fuller may not register with many people, especially the younger generation; but her story needs to be updated and brought into the limelight once again; for she was an extraordinary woman and American pioneer – not only for the causes she fought for and the books she wrote, but for her […]

Voices From Out Of America – Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, born in New York in 1815, was an abolitionist and a leading figure in the early women’s rights movement.  Along with her lifelong friend, Susan B. Anthony, she helped initiate the first organized women’s rights and women’s suffrage movements in the United States. In 1870, both she and Anthony were criticized for […]