Alice Paul

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United States feminist (1885-1977)


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Alice Paul and the fight for women's rights: From the vote to the Equal Rights Amendment.
Many of you may have seen the bumper sticker that says: "Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History." That phrase could have described Alice Paul, who founded the National Woman's Party and was instrumental in encouraging Congress to pass the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote.
When the war ends, she travels with Alice and Julia and Charles Jr.'s fiancee Pauline, to Washington to join the peaceful protests at the White House, organized by Alice Paul and the Woman's Party.
The chapter is framed by the massive "Pageant of Peace" staged in the fair's Court of Abundance and covers topics including local, regional, and national suffrage; the role of women at previous world's fairs; San Francisco Waitresses Local 48; the Woman's Party; Crystal Eastman and Alice Paul; the so-called suffrage envoy that made a cross-country journey from San Francisco to Washington, DC, to present suffrage petitions to Congress; the Panama Canal; and Pan-Americanism.
If Alice Paul and Lucy Burns had lived to see the madness of the 2016 presidential election, they would have been dismayed--but not surprised --at the rough road Hillary Clinton has traveled.
Prominent suffragists like Quaker Alice Paul, and Barbara Deming, a feminist activist and thinker of the 1960s and 70s, were ardent pacifists.
Alice Paul, the National Woman's Party and the Vote: The First Civil Rights Struggle of the 20th Century
At 28, Alice Paul had concluded that the 23-year-old National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) wasn't effective, because it wasn't political enough at the federal level.
Written by Alice Paul -- a leader of the women's suffrage movement in the U.S.
Besides church leaders, "governmental leaders, civil rights activists, and military veterans including William Jennings Bryan, Alice Paul, and Sergeant Alvin York" gave addresses (2).
One hundred on March 3,1913, 28-year-old Alice Paul pulled off an organizing coup--a suffragist parade, the first in the capital, that overshadowed the inauguration of President Woodrow Wilson.
Constitution was first launched in 1923 by Alice Paul. Congress passed the ERA in 1972 with the requirement that the measure be ratified by thirty-eight states within seven years.
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.