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Presidential Candidates, Part II. 1884 was a general election year - but the major parties refused to include women’s suffrage in their platforms. Fed up, women revived Victoria Woodhull’s Equal Rights Party and nominated attorney Belva Lockwood for…

Second & third generation suffragists had much more access to formal education than the women who came before them. Anna Julia Cooper, Mary Church Terrell, and Ida Gibbs Hunt graduated from @oberlincollege in 1884. 🧵 They weren’t the first Black…
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