Pankhurst Emmeline Goulden

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Emmeline Goulden Pankhurst


 (păngk′hûrst′), Emmeline Goulden 1858-1928.
British suffrage leader who advocated militancy and violence in order to gain public recognition. With her daughter Christabel Pankhurst (1880-1958) she founded (1903) the Women's Social and Political Union, whose motto was "Deeds, not Words." Another daughter, (Estelle) Sylvia Pankhurst (1882-1960), was a suffragette and political activist.