Alice Paul


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United States feminist (1885-1977)

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Jones, director of government affairs for American Water (NYSE:AWK), has received a 2008 Alice Paul Equality Award.
Last month, we celebrated the 90th anniversary of the right of women to vote, and we honor the brave suffragettes, including Alice Paul, who changed the course of history.
Written by Alice Paul -- a leader of the women's suffrage movement in the U.
Besides church leaders, "governmental leaders, civil rights activists, and military veterans including William Jennings Bryan, Alice Paul, and Sergeant Alvin York" gave addresses (2).
Constitution was first launched in 1923 by Alice Paul.
8 Who plays women's right activist Alice Paul in the Sky Atlantic drama Iron Jawed Angels?
Drama focusing on the real-life tale of Alice Paul and the US women's suffrage movement.
Hilary has played real life characters before, including Teena, pioneering aviator Amelia Earhart, in Amelia and suffragette Alice Paul, in Iron Jawed Angels.
In my career I've played transgendered teen Brandon Teena in Boys Don't Cry, (aviation pioneer) Amelia Earhart in Amelia and suffragette Alice Paul in Iron Jawed Angels.
Her Academy Award-winning portrayal of transgendered teen Brandon Teena in Boys Don't Cry, as well as performances as aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart in Amelia and suffragette Alice Paul in Iron Jawed Angels, prove she doesn't shy away from difficult real life roles.
For example, when Alice Paul of the newly formed National Women's Rights Party proposed the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in 1920, prohibiting discrimination in the workplace, she elicited strong opposition from many groups including the League of Women Voters.
DEVASTATED Alice Paul was paralysed from the waist down when she broke her back in an accident at home.
of Tennessee) present a biography of Alice Paul (1885-1977), an American feminist whose important contributions to the women's suffrage movement are generally overlooked in historical accounts.
In 2002 she received the Alice Paul Award from the Vermont Chapter of the National Association of Business and Professional Women for the advancement of gender equity in Vermont.
The congregation has also held sending ceremonies for the spirits of O'odham elders--such as Alice Paul, an educator and church matriarch, who died in May 2005--upholding the O'odham belief that the person's spirit remains for a year after death, Ray said.