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Celebrating Margaret Fuller, and noting that other women weren't allowed to use Harvard's undergraduate library until 1967. #CenturyofStruggle  Today we’re celebrating suffragist, feminist writer and trailblazing journalist Margaret Fuller’s…

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Did ya see @LittleWomen yet? Note that it is not the first adaptation directed by a woman - Gillian Armstrong directed the 1994 version. A few items of interest to @DailySuffragist readers re: voting, clothing, and African-Americans in Concord. Short…

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Black Boston in the 1870s was thriving. In Massachusetts, unlike NY & PA, Black men voted before the war. After, 6 Af-Am men served in the state legislature (and all supported woman suffrage). One, George Ruffin, Harvard Law Class of 1869,…

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Congrats to my friend Laura Wiessen, newly elected to the Gloucester, MA School Committee. In 1879, Mass. allowed women to vote for the 1st time, just for school committee. 5,000 women voted that year, including Louisa May Alcott. (Read 👇) Lucy Stone…
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