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Elizabeth Cady Stanton (November 12, 1815 – October 26, 1902) was an American suffragist, social activist, abolitionist, and leading figure of the early women's rights movement. Her Declaration of Sentiments, presented at the Seneca Falls Convention held in 1848 in Seneca Falls, New York, is often credited with initiating the first organized women's rights and women's suffrage movements in the United States. Stanton was president of the National Woman Suffrage Association from 1892 until 1900.
The Daily Gazette - 09 Feb 2019 Cudmore: Elizabeth Cady Stanton statue to be erected
Fund-raising is underway to pay for a life-size bronze statue of women's rights advocate Elizabeth Cady Stanton sitting on a park bench in her hometown of ...
Olean Times Herald - 17 Feb 2019 Crowds brave the cold to march for women in Bradford
BRADFORD, Pa. — Maya Angelou. Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Malala Yousafzai. Abigail Adams. Susan B. Anthony.
The Post - 15 Feb 2019 Susan B. Anthony Day honors legacy of women's suffrage leader
But problematic elements of her legacy are sometimes forgotten.
CNYcentral.com - 04 Feb 2019 From the Vault rarites on display at OHA
February is Black History month, and Onondaga Historical Association has a rare document on display: a reward poster ($200) for the return of a runaway slave.
Telegraph India - 15 Feb 2019 Leading with courage and vulnerability: lessons from history
Women who helm organisations today can learn much from American suffragists of the nineteenth century.
Politico - 12 Nov 2018 Elizabeth Cady Stanton is born, Nov. 12, 1815
On this day in 1815, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a pioneering champion of women's rights, was born in Johnstown, N.Y. In advocating women's suffrage in her ...
The New York Times - 14 Feb 2019 The First Lady Who Begat Phyllis Schlafly, Nancy Reagan and Ivanka Trump?
In Amy Greenberg's “Lady First,” Sarah Polk — the wife of President James K. Polk — emerges as a powerful strategist who wielded her status with a velvet ...
The New York Times - 02 Feb 2019 When the Suffrage Movement Sold Out to White Supremacy
African-American women were written out of the history of the woman suffrage movement. As the centennial of the 19th Amendment approaches, it's time for a ...
Patheos - 15 Feb 2019 No, Mr. Trump, the women's suffrage movement was not religious
Fact-checkers surprisingly overlooked President Trump's breathtakingly false claim at last week's National Prayer Breakfast that “extending the vote for women” ...
NWAOnline - 29 Jan 2019 NWA Letters to the Editor
Message of abortion not what it promises. The feminist movement in this country was hijacked by the social eugenics movements several decades ago.
Washington Post - 13 Feb 2019 Galentine’s Day and the political power of women’s friendships
The holiday may be new, but the ability of female friendships to create political change is centuries old.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle - 25 Jan 2019 Second Avenue wins national grant to create women's suffrage history game
If Second Avenue Learning gets it right, children in classrooms across the nation next year will log into an app the Rochester firm is developing to learn about ...
Mental Floss - 17 Aug 2018 12 Facts About Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) was never able to cast a vote legally, though she helped secure that right for women across America. As the philosopher of ...
StyleBlueprint - 27 Jan 2019 Marsha Weinstein, Women's Rights Activist & Girl Leadership Advocate
Marsha Weinstein keeps the dream of the suffragettes alive with women's history preservation and girls' leadership development.
Scientific American - 01 Feb 2019 The Deep Roots of Fake News
Jill Lepore, like all historians, faces a challenge. Readers of her magnificent new book, These Truths: A History of the United States, know how her story ends, ...
Time Out - 11 Feb 2019 NYC is getting ten sculptures of famous women this summer
In case you haven't noticed, there are very few female statues displayed in New York City. In fact, only five out of 150 sculptures are of nonfictional women. Y.
Indiana Daily Student - 21 Jan 2019 EDITORIAL: The current brand of feminism is still insufficient
Elizabeth Cady Stanton testified before the United States Congress 150 years ago Sunday, making her the first woman in the nation's history to do so.
6Sqft - 07 Feb 2019 10 sculptures of women to be installed in NYC this summer as part of 'Statues for Equality' project
Ten bronze statues of inspiring women will be installed in New York City this summer as part of a project that hopes to address the lack of monuments of women ...
Reader's Digest - 05 Feb 2019 13 Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Susan B. Anthony
An early advocate for women's rights, this passionate, complex leader was crucial to the women's suffrage movement. But Susan B. Anthony was so much more.