Alice Paul


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Noun1.Alice Paul - United States feminist (1885-1977)
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Robbins tells the story of Alice Paul's experiences with women's suffrage and her efforts in writing letters and organizing parades and protests outside the White House.
The language of the ERA is simple and direct the same 24 words Alice Paul introduced to Congress in 1923.
"There will never be a new world order until women are a part of it." - Alice Paul
Pioneers like Alice Paul and Lucy Burns built a grassroots movement of suffrage activists to fight for women's rights.
The ERA was first proposed by suffragist Alice Paul in 1923, and ever since then countless women have worked to get ERA part of the U.S.
The Ministry of Resources said in a press statement: "Al-Janabi met with Alice Paul, Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and Lawrence Liu, senior political adviser to the mission, and discussed with them the water situation in Iraq in general and the challenges facing the water and the impact of neighboring countries on Iraq's water" .
Catt, Alice Paul and others), Conkling describes the internal and external struggles of the 150-year fight to win the right to vote for women in the United States.
In her absorbing new book, The Woman's Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote (Viking, $28, 416 pages, ISBN 9780525429722), bestselling author Elaine Weiss retraces the road to victory traveled by female reformers such as Carrie Chapman Catt and Alice Paul. Weiss does a wonderful job of laying out the background of the American women's suffrage movement, which began to take shape in the 1840s, providing a setup for the tension-filled debates and protests in Nashville that culminated in the August vote.
She is the author of 'Alice Paul, the National Woman's Party and the Right to Vote: The First Civil Rights Struggle of the 20th Century', and 'Arkansas Women and the Right to Vote: The Little Rock Campaigns' (both 2015), with numerous published articles and talks on women's rights and the United States suffrage movement to her credit.
Alice Paul, from a New Jersey Quaker family, transformed the lessons of her socially conscious upbringing into action, rallyingAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA supportersAaAa march on Washington and demand action from Woodrow Wilson.
Women's rights: Located in a 200-year-old house just down the street from the Capitol are the offices of suffragette Alice Paul's National Woman's Party, which, in addition to pressing its founder's cause, was on the front lines in the fights for the Equal Rights Amendment and for the inclusion of women in the 1964 Civil Rights Act.