American suffrage leader and the co-founder and first president of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association.
Panamanian feminist, lawyer, justice, suffrage leader, and women's rights activist.
Author, scholar, and suffragist. The first woman to run for US Senate from Nevada.
Author, orator, abolitionist, suffragist, and social reformer. The co-founder of the National Association of Colored Women and one of the first African-American women to be published in the US.
A UK suffrage movement leader, writer, and activist.
A lawyer, politician, and women's rights advocate. The mother of the feminist movement in Spain.
An author, legislator, social reformer, and women’s rights activist. One of the Famous Five who campaigned to include women as persons.
Suffragist, civil rights and anti-lynching activist, reformer, orator, and educator.
A French-Canadian suffrage leader, activist, feminist, reformer, and politician. The first woman in Canada to head a political party.
The most important suffragette leader in the UK.