social reformer


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Azamgarh (Uttar Pradesh) [India] Mar 10 ( ANI ): In yet another incident, social reformer BR Ambedkar's statue was vandalised in Azamgarh on Saturday.
Ambedkar was a jurist, economist, politician and social reformer who vigorously campaigned against social discrimination against the 'untouchables' while also supporting the rights of women and the work force.
1989: The Thames pleasure cruiser Marchioness was hit by a dredger and 51 young people attending a party on the boat 1912: William Booth, English social reformer, evangelist and founder of the Salvation Army, died aged 83.
During the Second World War economist and social reformer Sir William Beveridge said the Government should provide adequate income, health care, education, housing and employment.
In the musical Magdalen tries to break away from her sordid upbringing into a life full of promise and opportunities guided by Hedd, a young social reformer.
She also had a problem with the chapter not mentioning the work of social reformer Aiya Vaikundar Swarup in the ' upper cloth revolt'.
USPRwire, Tue Oct 23 2012] Octavia Hill, leading social reformer and co-founder of the National Trust, has been honoured at a service to dedicate a memorial to her at Westminster Abbey in London.
ClickPress, Tue Oct 23 2012] Octavia Hill, leading social reformer and co-founder of the National Trust, has been honoured at a service to dedicate a memorial to her at Westminster Abbey in London.
Drawing on extensive interviews and newly available primary source documents, this biography of Eugene Kinkle Jones examines the wide ranging career of this social reformer of the early twentieth century, and explores his work with the Urban League, campaigning for the rights of African-Americans in the economic expansion of the era.
Henry Ward Beecher (1813 1887) was a prominent Congregationalist clergyman, social reformer, abolitionist, and speaker in the mid to late 19th century.
I'VE been amused by some of the assessments of Charles Dickens in this 200th anniversary year of his birth, namely that he was a great social reformer who sought to do something about poverty.
A CEREMONY was held to celebrate the 134th birthday of Kerala-based Nair Service Society founder and social reformer Mannath Padmanabhan at the South Park Restaurant Hall, Gudaibiya.
1894: Amelia Bloomer, American social reformer, died.
A lecture will be held in memory of the late Kerala social reformer and renowned philosopher Sree Narayana Guru.
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