Chairperson of the North of England Society for Women’s Suffrage. Manchester’s first woman councillor. Active in women’s peace campaigns during First World War. The photograph shows her at the Manchester Free Trade Hall in 1909.
Person | Female Born 19/1/1856 Died 15/10/1937
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School teacher and one of the first paid members of the Women's Social and Political Union. She left the WSPU - as she considered the leadership too autocratic, and helped create the Women's Freed...
Endell Street Military Hospital
Established in the disused St Giles workhouse buildings during WW1 under the command of Dr Flora Murray & Dr Louisa Garrett Anderson (both suffragettes), this 573-bed hospital is the only Briti...
Women's work in WW2
The vital work done by over seven million women during World War II.
Activist and community leader. Born in St Catherine, Jamaica, and moved to Britain at the age of nine. She was a founding member of the Organisation of Women of African and Asian Descent (OWAAD) in...
Person, Gender Issues, Race Issues, Social Welfare, Caribbean Islands