Lucy Stone


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Noun1.Lucy Stone - United States feminist and suffragist (1818-1893)
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Brookfield includes the broader context of women's political involvement, including Canadian women's participation in the International Council of Women, and the influence of British reformers like Emmeline Pankhurst and American abolitionist and gender equality advocate Lucy Stone. Pankhurst, who had been bloodied by British police and went on to organize hunger strikes by suffragists imprisoned in Britain after their arrests, drew huge crowds on a 1909 Toronto visit sponsored by the Canadian Suffrage Association.
Starting in the 1920s, there was a Lucy Stone League.
On November 22, performers include Lucy Stone, Kristina Dolgova, Mark Adams and Frederick Stone; on November 23, Stone, MoFlow & AY, JIXO & DANZ and Just Kiddin; on November 24, Stone, James Locksmith, Hollaphonic and Sander Kleinenberg; and finally, on November 25, Mark, Dolgova, DJ S.O.N.Y.A, Jack Wins and Mark Shakedown.
Lucy Stone reaches out to her best friend, Beth, to reminisce about her own wedding day, only to learn that Beth has died.
Proceeding chronologically through the often-intersecting lives of important figures in the suffragist movement (such as Lucretia Mott, Sojourner Truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucy Stone, Susan B.
Referring to Margaret's conversations with two ministers and a women's rights advocate and abolitionist, Lucy Stone while in custody before the hearing, Taylor gives Margaret a voice although the silence in her oral testimonies leaves more questions than answers about her truth.
Anthony so completely reign over the women's rights movement in the public imagination that Lucy Stone's life acts as an illuminating counterpoint.
Lucy Stone (above) spoke out about a woman's right to last name choice and other rights.
Indeed, now that Morris has documented Oberlin's importance as a western centre of antislavery, it is time for another scholar to follow the careers of female graduates such as Lucy Stone and Mary Terrell back East where Oberlin alumnae helped shape the women's rights movement.
The Lucy Stone Award will be given to Stephanie Benoit, New Braintree.
Their opposition, led by Lucy Stone, formed the American Woman Suffrage Association (AWSA).