Though the words “suffragist” and “suffragette” look like they’d mean the same thing, using them the same way could get you in trouble. When should you use which, and why could one be considered offensive? Read on to find out what the difference is between suffragist vs suffragette. What did the suffragists stand for? Suffrage […]
These women philosophers of Ancient Greece defied society to pursue knowledge, and became famous for the contributions they made to philosophy.
Fannie Lou Hamer was a powerful public speaker who fought tirelessly for the rights of African Americans to vote safely, despite the danger to her life.
Did you know that women’s suffrage and the temperance movement were both considered radical causes? Here’s how and why suffragists worked for prohibition.
Ida Bell Wells-Barnett, better known as Ida B. Wells, was an African American writer and activist famous for her work campaigning against lynching in the South.
Why are there more men in politics, and why do women STILL do most of the housework? It’s because we’re still influenced by the doctrine of separate spheres.
What happened at the Seneca Falls Convention, and what was its significance? Find out the leaders who organized it and and read the summary.
Ever wonder about the history of the birth control pill? Did you know it was once illegal to even TALK about? Find out why…
Can women be firefighters? YES, thanks to these trailblazing female firefighters. Still, women make up less than 5% of firefighters in the US today and are still struggling for equality.
Amelia Bloomer was a women’s rights activist famous for popularizing “bloomers.” A women’s rights activist, writer, and editor, she founded a newspaper called The Lily which she used to advocate for women’s suffrage and temperance as well as more sensible dress for women. The Early Life of Amelia Jenks Bloomer Amelia Bloomer was born Amelia […]